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Old 12-16-2007, 02:02 AM   #1
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10g GBR Pair

Hey guys,

Just moved my 10g tank with my Pair of GBR's in it.

Some pics after the move. A bit cloudy,but the tank has cleared up now

By the way, you can see 2 males and a female. The darker male snuck in the net, and I left him in there for a bit. He got moved back to the 20g community due to the brighter male harassing him for obvious reasons.

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Old 12-16-2007, 09:45 AM   #2
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looking good!

My GBRs spawned a few times, but each time it was on a more angled surface. They seemed to prefer a leaf from some grown anubias. Always it was in a heavily shaded area so my only suggestion to induce spawning would be to give them more coverage.
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yes I agree, either dim the lighting or use some floating plants!
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I think you have a very nice scape going. It just needs to grow in.

The sand is nice, but man does it wash out the colors of the GBR's. The GBR's would be much more colorful with a dark substrate.
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Thats a nice fish.
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