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I'm looking at pictures, but i can't really tell the diff...


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Posted by perniks813 on March 27, 2003 at 15:48:10:

In Reply to: Re: Question about spikes and subspecies posted by Joe on March 27, 2003 at 14:48:48:

arg, i don't really want to get this guy if he's a capra cause he's got some sores and i know i can get nice looking ones from AquariumStuffers but i can't tell what he is. I know he's not a lepi whatever cause in all the pics they have small spikes,..anyway, i'm still goin to go check

:if there wasn't a break at all at the neck, and the spines went all the way down the back then you were probably looking at an Armata! Also, if there were more spines than just the crest and one over each eye you were definitely looking at either crucigera or armata, both pretty rare in the states.

:Joe

::In all the pictures i've seen, the capras have very small back and neck spikes. Well the one i saw at petsmart had HUGE spikes from its neck down...was this a capra?

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