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Bimac eyespot?

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Jul 15, 2005
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I have never seen a Bimac in person but I have seen countless pics on the net now. My question is whats up with the blue eyespot. Some times you see it in pics sometimes not. Do they show it when they get mad? happy? hungery?

Thanks
Chip
 


Nancy

Titanites
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Nov 20, 2002
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The eyespot is always there - it becomes brighter when the bimac is hunting and maybe at other times too. More of the bimac owners need to report on this.

Nancy
 

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