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Old 12-25-2011, 04:57 PM   #1
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My hundred dollar fish :)

Here are pics of my beautiful new girl!! She is a broadtail (veiltail) moor imported from Hawaii. They are VERY difficult to breed & she was actually one of the less expensive ones due to a few minor flaws.
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Old 12-25-2011, 05:53 PM   #2
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Here are pics of my beautiful new girl!! She is a broadtail (veiltail) moor imported from Hawaii. They are VERY difficult to breed & she was actually one of the less expensive ones due to a few minor flaws.
Beautiful fish, I like the fins!
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Beautiful fish!! What kind? I like it. What is it mixed with?
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Wow! Gorgeous fish! Congratulations! I'm jealous
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Awesome looking moor.. I managed to find two beautiful Panda moors about 7 years ago, unfortunately they died a short time later due to my lack of aquarium knowledge at the time..
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Nice fish!
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Old 12-25-2011, 06:10 PM   #7
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Beautiful fish!! What kind? I like it. What is it mixed with?
Shes a broadtail moor. Not mixed with anything- its a specific line of black moors that are bred & produced for their veiltails & fancy finnage.
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Shes a broadtail moor. Not mixed with anything- its a specific line of black moors that are bred & produced for their veiltails & fancy finnage.
I might get one myself!
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I might get one myself!
A moor is a type of goldfish. Not to be kept in a tropical setup FYI.

Jlk, I've seen her before but she's still BEAUTIFUL!
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A moor is a type of goldfish. Not to be kept in a tropical setup FYI.
Oh ok thanks I guess probably can't even afford it but will get a fish tank instead!
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