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Posted by SeaTuon on January 17, 2003 at 22:54:37:

In Reply to: Nice... posted by Pierson on January 17, 2003 at 17:47:05:

:Though the pics are a bit dark and grainy, I'd almost say that was a N. fasciata. The eye stripes and belly pattern especially resemble a N. fasciata. How long have you had him and what is your setup like? Thanks for the pics.

Thank you, I have had her for about a year. I got her for free from a friend. I was told she was female and that she wouldn't get any bigger. I will try to get a better picture of her, my digital camera isn't the best quality. I have her in a 20 gallon currently with a cat box and bark about 2 inches deep. and a half log on top of the bark for hiding. I feed her gold fish, but I think she likes to hybernate during the winter, because I don't see her much during the winter.



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