Re: [anubiasdesign] Nanno. Mortenthaleri9another pic
And it's about time. The pencils are jewels of nature. I am SO glad to have come together with others who hold the pencils in such high regard. I will be trying more species breeding projects as soon as I can get my hands on some. I lost 9/12 N. trifasciatus in a heater failure that were supposed to be my next pencil project and as a trial to prepare me for attempting to breed N. mortonthaleri. I think I only have 3 female trifasciatus survivors.
I did just order some of the red tailed N. eques from Mark. I have two that are over 3 years old of the common color variety which is a little old to work with.
--- On Wed 11/01, ANN JAMIESON < annjamieson@... > wrote:
From: ANN JAMIESON [mailto: annjamieson@...]
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2006 08:35:32 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: [anubiasdesign] Nanno. Mortenthaleri9another pic
Ok, looks to me like there is a mission underway here to turn us all into pencilfish fans!
I never knew there were so many varieties, so many beautiful varieties!
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- Wow and it looks so beautiful in that photo!Ann
Mark <anubiasdesign@...> wrote:Ann,
That's not even a good pic in terms of color rendering. They're a
much brighter red than that. Of course, the pic could look different
on my computer than it does on yours, too.
--- In anubiasdesign@ yahoogroups. com, ANN JAMIESON <annjamieson@ ...>
> Ok, looks to me like there is a mission underway here to turn us all
into pencilfish fans!
> I never knew there were so many varieties, so many beautiful
> Darrell Maynard <darrell318@ ...> wrote: