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LayzorBeams 09-26-2015 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by PoppaRyno (Post 3286364)
Ballin on a budget is an artform, bruh.

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Lol that made me smile :)


If money cant buy happiness, that why do I need a job? I mean, I should be getting these fish free, since I don't have to pay for happy...

LayzorBeams 09-26-2015 03:51 PM

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Originally Posted by brennae (Post 3286361)
I was just worried about you getting discouraged and leaving the hobby. You know so much and to give up would be a travesty.

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Nahh... I wouldn't give up on it for a few fish...

It would take something a bit more than that to make me quit. This might make me change my aims a little, as in I'm not sure if i will go Endlers again or not... But i wouldn't quit from it.

And thanks for your concern :)


If money cant buy happiness, that why do I need a job? I mean, I should be getting these fish free, since I don't have to pay for happy...

BANGAR 09-26-2015 07:26 PM

Just picked up 10 fish and 2 shrimp for 44$ today from a hatchery that was closin


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TMRC Exotics 09-26-2015 08:40 PM

Like others have already said if you're breeding then conditions must be perfect. I saw your explanation so I won't harp on it but like Andy said, if you plan to breed endlers (or guppys) then they should be the only species present. I know it was temporary but look at the implications now. Just make sure if this is a goal to prioritize for it. I successfully bred guppies for profit for two years and made decent money. The main factors are fry survival rate and having healthy females able to produce large batches of fry. For what its worth, even at that small size those female endlers could've already been pregnant, they can breed extremely young.

Pm me if you want some extra info.

BANGAR 10-09-2015 01:25 AM

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I have three blonde tuxedo red tails hitting maturity at the moment. I picked up some new guppies though! Check out this beaut
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He almost died on the way home, picked him up from a closin fish hatchery where I'm sure he was starved... That's an older picture I've fattened him up some! Got a virgin tuxedo female in their with him too!
Can't wait for the fry!!


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emeraldking 10-13-2015 03:18 PM

Is this guppy already fattened up? For he looks pretty skinny in this pic...

BANGAR 10-14-2015 02:45 AM

Yeah that was when I first got him! He was definitely super skinny there! He's much healthier now


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