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Postby The fish shed » 2006-01-11 18:06

Hi
I am new to the site and thought you would like to see some of my fish. :)

This is one of my baby bristle nose that I have bred.

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One of my male Keyhole cichlids.

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This is Casper. The black ghost knife fish. He is almost 14" long and 4" deep.

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Pair of Red fin cigar sharks.

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These are my kribs and there fry. I am on to my 3rd batch of eggs in 6 weeks. :)

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My figure 8 puffers. I have 3 of these :)

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Some of my discus

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One of my 10 Khulie loach

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Denison Barbs.

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That is just a small selection of the fish I have. Now you know why I call myself " the fish shed " :D
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2006-01-11 18:21

Yay! Another Khuli loach Fan! My - that ones a beauty - nice markings.
How big is he/she?
(I have 4 atm - hopefully getting more soon. Loaches were some of my first fish!)
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Postby saracen » 2006-01-11 18:46

Oh My Goodness! *drool* Denison barbs....... If I could afford the second mortgage I would have hundreds of them....... ?22 a pair round here!

Great fish, glad you could stop by to show them off!
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Postby hamburger » 2006-01-11 19:02

Wow amazing fish. How many tanks do you have? :o
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Postby The fish shed » 2006-01-11 19:47

Quirlys

All my khuli are about 4" long :)

Saracen

I have 6 Denisons and they cost me ?15.00 each @ 4" in length. :)

Hamburger

Thankyou glad you like them. :)

I have 15 tanks all over 19 uk gallons except for my hospital tank which is only 15 gallons :) ( yes I know I am :crazy: ) :)
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Postby FishMan » 2006-01-11 21:37

wow you got some awesome fish! Those discus look great!
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Postby The fish shed » 2006-01-11 22:30

Thankyou Fish Man. :)

I am lucky that I live in Wales and in a soft water area. The Ph of my tap water never goes above 6.1 and I have a lot of jelous people because I don't have to use RO water . :D
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Postby Kev » 2006-01-11 22:35

woah :o You have an amazing collection there... keep up the good work :D
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Postby KittyKat » 2006-01-11 23:28

nice fish! enter a pic in the next month's POTM!
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2006-01-12 00:40

Ah - that'll make them - what - two years old ish?
My lot are either about 11month old, the other half are about 8months.
I love them to bits, and know them all by name!

Dark says the "sparkly fish have indicators on their tail - how useful!"
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Postby Mick e. t. » 2006-01-12 05:30

Wow! Show us some more. Real nice collection. Off topic; what part of Wales you from? Milfordhaven myself Circa 1944/49
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Postby The fish shed » 2006-01-12 15:47

Mick e. t. wrote: Wow! Show us some more. Real nice collection. Off topic; what part of Wales you from? Milfordhaven myself Circa 1944/49

I am in south Wales in the Rhondda Valleys Mike e. t.


Here are some more. :)

One of my 4 sterbi corys.

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This is Dyson my giraffe nose catfish.

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Dwarf pencil fish.

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One of my 5 silver / bala shark

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My 14" high fin plec. ( Mick Jagger. ) :D

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Some of my Panda cories.

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Vale fin ram.

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Bolivian ram

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There will be more in the near future :)
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Postby Mick e. t. » 2006-01-12 18:10

Fantastic collection, brilliant pics. You up for doing some profiles? More pics are always a must but, please remember the size thing. The one of the clown loaches although a fantastic pic, the size is huge and apart from causing side scrolling it use a lot of band width. Apart from that I am sure, like me, you must spend many enjoyable hours in your fish shed and I wish you many more. Looking forward to more pictures,
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2006-01-12 18:49

Wowee - the Panda corys and the clowns are my favourites... you seem to keep all my faves actually - I love Plecs - I just don't have anywhere to keep one... (I'd love a sailfin one day...)
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Postby Sam » 2006-01-12 19:25

Great pics, and nice fish :D
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