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Re: Questions about a Gold Rim Softshell


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Posted by TonyL on December 25, 2002 at 13:35:19:

In Reply to: Questions about a Gold Rim Softshell posted by KingE on December 25, 2002 at 12:14:48:

:I have a gold rim softshell whose about 2inches long. It's doing great. How can I tell if it is a male or female? Also, will it eat floating pellets? As of right now, it's eating guppies. How long will it live for? How big will it get? How long will it take it to reach it's full size? Also, where are they found amd are they common. Thanks a lot in advance to whoever replies to these questions.

Sorry to tell you this, but theres no such animal as a gold rim softshell. You have a softshell of some type with a common name and a latin name. Go on the internet and find what type you have. You can then also look up its captive care at the smae time. Tony.





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