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post #81 of 145 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 05:29 PM Thread Starter
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They are so beautiful! I know the females are more brownish, but the males certainly make up for it.
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I love there colors.
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i do too. this is the first splenden that i seen with the best colors on him

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I like fighter type they just have an interesting look.
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Awesome imbellis. But, one question is he really 100%? Since many of Penang's natural imbellis habitats were already destroyed by urbanization and captive bred releases. And I know that you can still catch imbellis from nearby city streams and swamps.
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Awesome imbellis. But, one question is he really 100%? Since many of Penang's natural imbellis habitats were already destroyed by urbanization and captive bred releases. And I know that you can still catch imbellis from nearby city streams and swamps.
yes he is a pure blood wild caught from creeks and dead steams that havent been messed with. i saw pictures of location catch sites also

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yes he is a pure blood wild caught from creeks and dead steams that havent been messed with. i saw pictures of location catch sites also
That's cool. Hopefully it's a secret isolated place because I bet a lot of people would be going there and try to catch them too. It's just really wrong when I read about breeders who would release splendens into their habitats just to create a more superior fighter.
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That's cool. Hopefully it's a secret isolated place because I bet a lot of people would be going there and try to catch them too. It's just really wrong when I read about breeders who would release splendens into their habitats just to create a more superior fighter.
Its true that they do that but only to the places that they know and catch only

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Its true that they do that but only to the places that they know and catch only
Either way, it totally destroy every Imbellis habitat they touched. According to this article, this fella says natural Imbellis habitats don't exist anymore around Penang. http://jyliew.tripod.com/som1.htm
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In the video he looks like mint green! So cool! Does he look like that in person?

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