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PostSubject: my L100...a little help needed.   Sun Dec 19, 2010 1:43 pm

Could anyone tell me anything about these, i was sold a pair of 6 inchers by a shop as 'snow spot plecs' and as per not many labels are correct now days but i can't find a shred of info on these guys.



Here's an image of my male as someone may come along and tell me there not even 100's.

Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: my L100...a little help needed.   Sun Dec 19, 2010 2:46 pm

Just thought I would say what a stunning fish!
Dont know what he is though sadly
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PostSubject: Re: my L100...a little help needed.   Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:03 pm

As you say there is very little info on the net about the L100, A.K.A LDA75

Curby has done a profile of the L100 HERE. There is an image supplied by Deano which means he may have kept them and could give you more advice if you PM him.

Your L100 looks likes the images of L100's on Planet Catfish HERE
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PostSubject: Re: my L100...a little help needed.   Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:09 pm

I had seen the link on planet catfish but again it doesn't seem to share much, are these a less wanted type of Bristle?
i must have over 10 different types of Bristles and the info to match but these guys don't seem to be on anyone wish list, ah well thank you for your help, i may have to keep a note book on these guys and share my findings as the months go by.
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PostSubject: Re: my L100...a little help needed.   Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:22 pm

No such thing as a less wanted bristlenose Smile

some of the rarer types will fetch a higher price and therefore may be looked over by some of the more skint fish keepers tho

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PostSubject: Re: my L100...a little help needed.   Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:25 pm

Well these were £18 each which i don't think is too higher price for a pair at 6 inches, im not sure if there rare or not but i'll definatly be keeping an eye out for more i think there beautiful.
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PostSubject: Lda100 doubt it, could be L071 peppermints...   Mon Dec 20, 2010 12:29 am

tiffanyjayne wrote:
Well these were £18 each which i don't think is too higher price for a pair at 6 inches, im not sure if there rare or not but i'll definatly be keeping an eye out for more i think there beautiful.

not sure but they look like a striking resemblance to my L071 peppermints....
could be wrong but I have them on my profile on planet catfish too... Smile

I could be wrong but check them out.....

good luck

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PostSubject: Re: my L100...a little help needed.   Mon Dec 20, 2010 12:32 am

I've got a breeding set of 6 peppermints and there's a definate difference, the spots are smaller and i find on my peppermints when out of breeding the spots can go a light grey where are these guys are pure white spots at all times.
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PostSubject: Re: my L100...a little help needed.   Mon Dec 20, 2010 1:06 pm

Deano is the man to ask about L100's although he has gone a.w.o.l recently and im not sure when he will be back....iam pretty sure some threads were started a while ago on these but it just may take a while looking through old threads.....
Deano breeds these so he has vast exp...on them....
And L100 are a great species to own and are not so common.....

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PostSubject: peppermints or not peppermints, or L100's ?   Tue Dec 21, 2010 2:45 am

I would def check with Deano too, as alot more experience with these...
though my peppermints respond to stress the same way... but how many types of fish look so much alike....

this is a topic why we are here, and why we are all intrigued with the species I guess....

if no Deano is around then may be head off to the book store and buy the back to nature book, as that is a good resource for helping to identify
black plec's with white spots, and also pleco's with white spots that go grey when stressed...

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PostSubject: Re: my L100...a little help needed.   Thu Dec 23, 2010 1:26 am

Checked the book there deffinatly 100's but they have no info.....Oh well.
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