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Old 08-17-2015, 10:22 PM   #11
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These are in my 240 gallon freshwater. The Butikoferi is about 11 inches and the vieja synspilum is about 7. The sharks in the background are over a foot long!

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Old 08-18-2015, 05:22 AM   #12
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These are in my 240 gallon freshwater. The Butikoferi is about 11 inches and the vieja synspilum is about 7. The sharks in the background are over a foot long!

Nice, but the eyes make it scary lol!

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Old 08-18-2015, 05:44 AM   #13
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No kidding, any lighting?

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Old 08-20-2015, 11:26 AM   #14
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Not my biggest, but he's(she's?) the biggest critter in my little shrimp tank.
Sorry for the clutter and filth. This was taken during feeding and they've got food everywhere!

I introduce to you... Ralph. My big, red ramshorn snail. He keeps the rest of the snails in line.



Technically, my "biggest fish" is a spotted catfish in the 55gallon tank. He's roughly 7-8" long at this point. It's just ****ed hard to get his picture cause he likes to hide when the lights are on and moon-light shots never seem to take well.
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There are some good shots on here, I especially like Dallas, Delapool, CoolGuy, and Blackin's entries.

Does this have to be large fish only, or our largEST fish? All my fish are under 2 inches but I do have a picture of my biggest (the "king of tank"). However, I don't want to post it if it doesn't fit the theme.
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There are some good shots on here, I especially like Dallas, Delapool, CoolGuy, and Blackin's entries.

Does this have to be large fish only, or our largEST fish? All my fish are under 2 inches but I do have a picture of my biggest (the "king of tank"). However, I don't want to post it if it doesn't fit the theme.
The biggest fish you have.
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Nice Caleb! Aren't your discus bigger though.


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Alright, here's my later entry:



This guy is, literally, a big fish in a small pond. A small pond of small fish.

This is my largest, dominant male multie (N. Multifasciatus). I received 6 of them last Monday, and this guy is the biggest at just over 2 inches; the others barely hit 1.5. He pretty much owns the tank, to the point where he nearly harassed the other male to death until I put him in a breeder box. When someone walks by all the fish hide near their shells, but he is always the first one in open water. In fact, the other fish won't even come out of their shells unless he is out and swimming actively. Now I'm just waiting for him to spawn with one of his mates.
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I missed the part where it said "largest fish" lol

Didn't want to go through the hassle of changing my entry but here's my biggest fish

I will edit my other post and remove the Betta since it's technically lying EDIT OF THE EDIT: I can't edit it anymore so if a mod wants to remove the comment that can work as well..

As far as body mass my JD still wins. She's almost 6 inches now.

http://i.imgur.com/OUd6nsb.jpg


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I missed the part where it said "largest fish" lol

Didn't want to go through the hassle of changing my entry but here's my biggest fish

I will edit my other post and remove the Betta since it's technically lying EDIT OF THE EDIT: I can't edit it anymore so if a mod wants to remove the comment that can work as well..

As far as body mass my JD still wins. She's almost 6 inches now.

http://i.imgur.com/OUd6nsb.jpg


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