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Old 12-04-2012, 12:43 PM   #11 
Sena Hansler
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Hm, perhaps it may also be the condition, or age we get them :) Meagan was canadian bred, while most of my other females were older (still in the store for 3 weeks to 8 weeks) but had probably been stunted. Took a year for them to actually get big. My only big lady was my plakat, and recently another plakat (who died from columnaris). I have rarely seen VT females anymore here
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Old 12-07-2012, 05:12 PM   #12 
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Around here, there are two kinds of females in the pet stores: crowntails and unidentified. I think that the crowntails are more expensive simply because you DO know what you're getting, they're easily identifiable.
I have another female, I suspect a VT, who is over twice the size of the CT.
I've never really been all that interested in CTs, honestly, so I've never compared them to other types.
I was simply wondering how much I needed to worry about her, is all.
If it's fairly common, I'm just gonna treat her like she's normal.
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Old 12-07-2012, 05:20 PM   #13 
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Both my CT girls were pretty small starting out but they have grown a little and are starting to catch up with the others. The others are are really big but some of them started out really small too but gained their size with food.
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