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Old 07-31-2006, 01:44 AM   #1
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New Pics! - More pics added 8/14

First, some group pics.

A pike cichlid, Satanoperca daemon, green severums, apollo shark in the background:


Satanoperca jurupari, female blue gourami, Gibbi (the pleco) in the back of the ship:


Green sev, S. daemon, female gold gourami


S. daemon & Vieja cichlid:


Now for some single shots.

Fesitvum:



Severums:




Vieja cichlids:



Chocolate cichlid:
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Great looking fish, and awsome picture taking...
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Very cool pics. Finally see somebody else that has a pike chiclid. I use to have two of them between 6 and 8 inches. They were little demons. LOL
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Great pics-love that pike cichlid.
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Great pictures. Nice selection of fish.
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Very cool pics. Finally see somebody else that has a pike chiclid. I use to have two of them between 6 and 8 inches. They were little demons. LOL
Yeah, mine can be mean when he wants to. He's growing a bit faster than I thought he would. If he gets too mean, I may have to give him away.

Here's another of him:
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Yep thats him with the full gut. LOL Figures it the only fish I've had thats bothered a pleco, or rather eaten him.
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Young Geophagus brasiliensis:



Satanoperca daemon:







What, you wanna fight?:



Satanoperca jurupari:



Female pearl gourami:



Male lavender gourami:



Female gold gouramis:





Male blue gourami:



Opaline gouramis:







Male snakeskin gourami:



One of my larger rainbows:

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your gouramis are stunning. how large are they?
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The snakeskin gourami is probably about 5-6".
The other gouramis are between 2.5-3.5".
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