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Old 12-01-2004, 12:33 PM   #1
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Fry Guys!!

Trevor's birthday fish, the Lamprologus Ocellatus golds, have already had fry! That explains their terrorizing behaviors Nasty little fish, they really need their own tank :sigh:

Anyway, here's the best Trevor and I could come up with for pics. The fry are the little blurs
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And the last pic shows that the mommy O gold has had enough of us messing around
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Wow, those are great pictures Menagerie. I love to see pictures of parents and their offspring. It's neat to see their parenting skills.

BTW, are these shell dwellers? How big do they get?
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They are excellent pics Menagerie. Congrats to you both on the new fry.
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awesome, congrats on the new addition. Wish I could watch all the neat behaviors that I bet are going on right now
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great pictures!

Keep us updated on the growth!
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Menagerie - Congratulations! You've done well. It may be too early but who is going to name the little guys...you or Trevor? BTW, great pics!!!!!
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These devils are true shell dwellers! The male, which can be seen in my gallery, is wild caught and is a solid two inches of fish!! The females are more slender and slightly shorter. I cannot rearrange rock or shells without them nipping! I have to trap them in their shells with a net and do what needs to get done, then let them out.

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Naming fish!! haha
Right now they all look like specs of sand with tiny-tiny dorsal fins. I simply call them baby belugas!

The only fish that are named at our place are my two male bettas--and that was sort of by default. After this last paper is done and over with for class, I will have to take more pics and post them.
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CONGRATS!!!

Great pics by the way.
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