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Old 11-19-2011, 04:36 PM   #1
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Yellow lab fry pics!!

Well thanks to EKO i got 15 yellow lab fry!!! I came up with this acrylic box with holes drilled in to seperate the fry from my main. Will make a perfect hosp. tank or holding female tank as well. Just clamped it to the side. Check out the lurking Demasoni who would love a bite of my babies...lol I pulled the airstone out for the pics. Enjoy



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Very nice did u strip or did she spit?? Hees a pics of my fry:
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Very nice did u strip or did she spit?? Hees a pics of my fry:

Eko came over and taught me the fine art of stripping fry. NICE BABYS!!! With this setup, I can isolate her at 20 days or so and let her spit on her own. I wish I could figure out a way of catching holding females so I dont have to break down the deco every time...
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nice piks man!!
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Old 11-20-2011, 07:21 PM   #5
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So cute!! Congrats
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Eko came over and taught me the fine art of stripping fry. NICE BABYS!!! With this setup, I can isolate her at 20 days or so and let her spit on her own. I wish I could figure out a way of catching holding females so I dont have to break down the deco every time...
Buy a large fish net, hold it over the tank, and feed. When she swims to the top to check out the food, nab her. Works about 75% of the time with mine, in fact I just pulled a holding yellow Lab. out of a 100gal loaded with rock just this morning.
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Buy a large fish net, hold it over the tank, and feed. When she swims to the top to check out the food, nab her. Works about 75% of the time with mine, in fact I just pulled a holding yellow Lab. out of a 100gal loaded with rock just this morning.
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Ooooh so cute! Love your twos fry!
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Buy a large fish net, hold it over the tank, and feed. When she swims to the top to check out the food, nab her. Works about 75% of the time with mine, in fact I just pulled a holding yellow Lab. out of a 100gal loaded with rock just this morning.

She never comes out to eat....She just keeps hiding. Maybe its because its her first time holding. Ill try that next time.
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