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New Fish And More Fry
February 4, 2010
11:40 pm
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keith565
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well, i know i've been a bit quiet but it's been busy in the fishouse. had a few batches of fry from my gambusia (speciosa,holbrooki and krumbholzi), more fry from my characodons, humpback limias, pintail platies and a suprise.
i have some rather nice guppies and one of the young males has developed very long fins, and i mean all his fins, like a veiltail. i will get a picture of him over the weekend as he is starting to colour up.
also picked up a group of 10 L312 ancistrine. rather nice fish. much slimer than the normal ancistrus with a longer (read slimmer) body. also i like the colour and pattern, again will get pics.
oh, and got eggs of my williamsi electric blue geckos.lol see pic (male is the blue one, female olive green)

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February 5, 2010
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Dude you're doing all this cool stuff? /ohmy.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":o" border="0" alt="ohmy.gif" /> Love the geckos but never seen the species before. Is it a day gecko type?

Cake or death?
February 5, 2010
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i believe so Matt. they are very active during the day but as far as i know they do not require UV when adults, only in the juvy state.
they female lays batches of two eggs high up in the tank away from predators. my female has put hers way up on the corner glass of the tank.

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