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Will the true guppy please stand up!

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wayne6442

Just to get my thread back LOL:mad:

A lot of talk about guppies lately, Thought I would put up some pictures of some TRUE Guppies SOME OF MY BOYS!post-70-139909863395_thumb.jpgpost-2318-139909863403_thumb.jpgpost-1567-139909863409_thumb.jpgpost-2318-1399098634_thumb.jpgpost-34-139909863397_thumb.jpgpost-70-139909863396_thumb.jpgpost-3161-13990985465_thumb.jpgpost-3161-139909854654_thumb.jpg

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Todays pictures ENJOY!

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