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Old 06-04-2011, 01:15 AM   #1
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Love my little blue rams

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Old 06-05-2011, 12:53 AM   #2
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Congrats! I love mine too<3 <3 <3
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Nice color, they look happy and healthy .
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I've got a short one!

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Old 06-13-2011, 11:04 AM   #6
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Those are some beautiful fish!
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I feel like in need to get in on this. I love my GBR, Marty. Sorry for the bad pic quality, they're from my cell.
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I feel like in need to get in on this. I love my GBR, Marty. Sorry for the bad pic quality, they're from my cell.
He's so handsome
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He's so handsome
Thanks, if I catch him in the right light he looks very blue Yours, and everyones, are all really nice.

Anybody else have any aggression issues? Mine is getting pretty nippy, would a female companion solve that?
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sorry I had to join in, these GBR's are vastly underestimated and need some lovins... in terms of the aggression you would prob be best if you got 2 females..but then again I've heard the gbrs become more aggresive in the higher numbers...
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i wish i could have a GBR but it wouldnt last very long with my cockatoo apistos pair.
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Wow this is really beautiful thread and I enjoyed some great photos thank u all for sharing your photos with our community.
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Old 06-29-2011, 07:56 PM   #14
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Here's my latest pic of my handsome ram!
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Here's my latest pic of my handsome ram!
Beautiful GBR, wonderful coloring.
But be very careful with that Pirate ship. I had the same one in my Cichlid tank and one of my Mbunas got stuck while swimming through it. I was able to pull him out but to much damage was done and he died a few hours later.
I love sunken ships in aquariums, but you need to be very picky about which ones you use. That ship in particular has a small one way hole, where a fish can swim up into it, but not swim out again.
If for some reason your fish makes a turn inside the ship, instead of going straight through, it can get wedged up in it and die. It may never happen again, it was a complete fluke when mine did. But better safe than sorry.
If you look inside from the bottom hole you'll see that one end of the ship is filled in but the other is hallow. It's that hallow end that's a potential danger
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Thanks for the tip..never thought of that..but luckily he is the biggest fish in the tank. He lives in a 10 gal hex with 6 rasboras and 2 snails the rasboras have no interest in it and I haven't seen him in there yet.
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Here's a full shot of the tank wifey wanted a pirate theme going all live plants soon
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My GBR spawning!
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:29 PM   #20
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Omg cool! Are those eggs??? Im on my phone...lol how did your pair act during and before mating? My male seems to be chasing the female constantly. I started off with 2 males and a female...im wondering if I put the wrong male in the other tank...lol
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