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Chrosomus erythrogaster

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    torso
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    Hi all

     In spring 2014 I got some species imported from Ohio, USA.

    A first one – the southern redbelly dace – I would like to show you.

    First pics were taken in autum 2014

    They went into a split tank – 70x30x30 half a year

    Remarkable is the rosy colour in subadult specimen.

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     Growing nicely, they changed into an old 240 lt tank together with two other species. About 19° in winter

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     Spawning must have taken place in spring and I could save four specimen, changing into the tank with Erromyzon “red spot”

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     Very fast swimmers and not easy to pictureCSC_7434.jpg

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     Now they are back in the first mentioned tank with Sewellia sp 02. One specimen decided to jump aout of the tank during summer heat when a gap was kept open to chill a bit. A male and two females left

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     They didn’t like the foto-session and are hiding now when I sit down for a new try

    Cheers Charles

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    #355030

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Really nice fish! Are the last few pics also of the offspring Charles?

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    torso
    Participant

    Yes, Matt

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