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Old 08-27-2014, 09:53 PM   #71
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Old 08-27-2014, 10:07 PM   #72
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Lil ones!!! Nice pics

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It's a good spawn too about 70 fry

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That's quite a bit! You have plans for the wee ones?

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That is a pretty interesting form of bitaeniata. I have not kept that one, very nice looking fish.
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That's quite a bit! You have plans for the wee ones?

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Grow as many of them out as I can and trade or sell them off.

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That is a pretty interesting form of bitaeniata. I have not kept that one, very nice looking fish.
Thanks these guys were collected by a friend of mine and I think mine spawned successfully first

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Thanks these guys were collected by a friend of mine and I think mine spawned successfully first

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Nothing to do with you singing to them every night. . Right?!

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So, I ended up trading in my gobies that just wouldn't produce and picked up a group of marginatus pencils, a few otos and some weitzmani tetras. I get home, start acclimation and found that the smaller females spawned while I was gone.

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She's in there, completely ignored the flower pots of course.

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