Blue-eye Lemon Bristlenose
Juvenile Blue Eyed Bristlenose

Bristlenose - Lemon

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Lemon Bristlenose have been difficult to breed in the past.  They were very inbred, weak, and slow-growing.  Therefore, we made it a project to out-cross them to improve vigor.  We first crossed them into some nice Reds.  The resulting brown offspring were then crossed back to Blue Eye, resulting in 50% of the next generation being very nice, vigorous Lemons.  These are what we are working with now - a definite step up from most of the stock you will find out there.  It took a few years to get the Blue Eye Lemon traits back, but it was well worth it.

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The Bristlenose - Lemon was produced with people like you in mind. Something to keep you happy.

Inventory Last Updated: Apr 14, 2024

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Larry Felder
Highly Recommend AnglesPlus

Beautiful. Showed up active, and healthy. My quarantine tank had a bit of an algea problem when I put the 3 bristkenose in. Within two days it was all gone and I had to start algea tabs.

Highly recommend AnglesPlus. You can buy with confidence here!

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Larry

Beautiful. Showed up active, and healthy. My quarantine tank had a bit of an algea problem when I put the 3 bristkenose in. Within two days it was all gone and I had to start algea tabs.

Highly recommend AnglesPlus. You can buy with confidence here!

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Shirley Fox
Very pleased

These lemon pleces arrived in great condition and after acclimation, immediately began exploring the tank. After about 3 days, I was unable to track all of them as they had already found their favorite hiding places.

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Alan Sutton
Stunning Fish!!!

Steve Has The Best Fish!!! So beautiful and hardy!!!! Stunning!!!!!

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Kenneth Briggs
Lemon Bristlenose

Looking great, active and loves munching on Repashy and algae waffers. More active in the evening but do get to see him during the day also.