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Old 05-31-2010, 09:09 PM   #1
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Juvenile to Adult pics, lets see'em.

I'll start with my Red Tiger Oscar.

Allanon, male (observed vent extended), Red Tiger Oscar (Astronotus ocellatus)
Acquired Dec 18th 2004, approx 2" total length
Currently approx 12." total length

Juvenile 2"


Adult 12"


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Nice fish man. The fins grew in beautifully.
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Old 05-31-2010, 10:14 PM   #3
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Padashar, female, Green Severum (Heros severus)
Acquired Oct 5th 2006, approx 1" total length
Currently approx 7-7.5" total length


Juvenile 2"


Adult 7-7.5"


Breeding Colors, she gets like this right before she lays another batch of eggs.



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If this was facebook, I'd be hitting the "Like" button
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If this was facebook, I'd be hitting the "Like" button
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the breeding colors of that green severum are so pretty. they look like very happy fish
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Old 05-31-2010, 11:16 PM   #6
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C'mon peeps, lets see some juvie/adult pics of your fish!

I need to start another thread and post up my South American 55gal community and 25gal with Celestial Pearl Danios.
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Probably not what you had in mind but here you go.

Eugene the ugly fish: Adult Common Pleco, about 9 inches*

El Pleco: Juvenile Zebra Pleco (I say zebra simply b/c he is black and white striped I have no idea of his L#) about 2 inches*

*this is just a guess they see the tape measure and its back to the cave lol.
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ok male EBJD
3"
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5 1/2"
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celestial pearl danios
3 day

9-14 days

2-3 month


6 month male and 10 month male central

3+ year male
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Very nice! Thats what I'm talking'bout.

I love my CPDs, I've a very lightly planted, with wood, 25gal with a shoal of 12 CPDs, they have it all to themselves.
Here are the first group I acquired, no before & after, since they're already young adults/adults.
Pics were taken in a specimen container before going into quarantine.
I'm not sure on sexing, but after they colored up, it appears they're all males



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