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Postby Christopher » 2006-09-15 08:32

Had to split the mpanga and the polit tonight...asd they were "supposed" to be in a breeder together, but all they did was rip the c**p out of one another...the tanks are very plain as they are only breeders....don't mind. :)

Here is the Ps. Mpanga tank...

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The Ps. Polit tank...they are a little unsettled right now...just moved.

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...and the albino S. Fryeri tank....they are gonna need a 90 soon....they are "humping" like MAD these days.... "shocked"

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Thanks for looking! :D
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Postby KittyKat » 2006-09-15 08:56

Nice setups Chris :tup: esp for breeding! Everything is very neat :P
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2006-09-15 22:39

I always love to see the AFFers tanks - I must say, not only are your setups practical, they're very stylish!

My goldfish tank tends to look like that a lot - but that's because my koi eats all my plants...

Wow to the Fryeri - they are beautiful fish - are you selling the babies, trading at the LFS or keeping them all?
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Postby sharkdude » 2006-09-16 10:56

anazing tanks!
and the set up are great simple but effective!
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Postby Christopher » 2006-09-17 04:17

Indigo Blue Fish wrote: I always love to see the AFFers tanks - I must say, not only are your setups practical, they're very stylish!

My goldfish tank tends to look like that a lot - but that's because my koi eats all my plants...

Wow to the Fryeri - they are beautiful fish - are you selling the babies, trading at the LFS or keeping them all?

Not selling them yet...need to build my breeding base.... :wub:
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Postby KittyKat » 2006-09-17 08:13

Looks like you're going into breeding big time! What else are you going to have a go at? (appart from the obvious bettas of course ;) )
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Postby Terweq » 2006-09-17 08:29

Those are very nice tanks! Reminds me of that video I saw in one of the other forums!
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Postby mike » 2006-09-17 21:52

Awesome tanks Chris, ;)
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Postby smiley » 2006-09-17 22:37

were do you get your rocks from?
i know it sounds like a DUMB question
do you just find em and clean em up ? :unsure:
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can plecs see what they are eating ?
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