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    Quote Originally Posted by jaspersail View Post
    We'll see about that!

    She really is a beauty. Lover her patterning!

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    Tell me about it! How can anyone resist those eyes and that tail curl!!

    Thanks John, I love her patterning too! Seeing her for the first time (other than poorly lit photos that showed next to nothing) was a pleasant surprise!

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    Gorgeous! She reminds me of lichen... XD!
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    Wow! She is stunning

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    Didn't I tell you she'd be greeeeeeen.
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    Lol you already had the Mr. Bubbles, it just made sense to have a Blossom and Buttercup too! <3 And boy is she adorable! She definitely fits the green theme for Buttercup.
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    Wow she is just gorgeous.How old is she.The greens on her are very spectacular.She is going to produce some beautiful babies.Congratssss

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbiflower View Post
    Wow she is just gorgeous.How old is she.The greens on her are very spectacular.She is going to produce some beautiful babies.Congratssss
    Thanks (everyone!) She is 3.5 years old, but I don't have any immediate breeding plans for her .

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    Hottt.... Nice find Mina.

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