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Old 01-30-2014, 03:02 PM   #571
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Amazonic Discus Fish - he is starting to glow...

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Old 01-30-2014, 03:30 PM   #572
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Beautiful male you have there, looks really healthy.

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Beautiful male you have there, looks really healthy.

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These are my target and green mandarins. Have had the target for 8mths now and he has fattened up nicely. Recently bought the green-a bit on the skinny side but he is already eating well and actually hanging around the target. Love them both!Click image for larger version

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What do you feed them?

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Old 02-03-2014, 06:39 PM   #578
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These are my target and green mandarins. Have had the target for 8mths now and he has fattened up nicely. Recently bought the green-a bit on the skinny side but he is already eating well and actually hanging around the target. Love them both!
Beautiful fish! I used to have a red.
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I feed them frozen lobster eggs. They always eat them. Not sure if they eat any of the other frozen mixes or pellets I give the other fish but they are always picking around the rocks. They normally eat copepods but they are so tiny I can't see them so not sure if the tank has enough for their sole survival so always mixing up the diet with variety.
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