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Notropis chrosomus

Home Forums Fresh and Brackish Water Fishes Notropis chrosomus

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    torso
    Participant

    I found the colour changing fascinating. First pic when the came in, then blue colour, changing to red when ready to spawn and then spawing. Normal group activity and spawning group in red. The “non-interested” or already finished females change immediately from red to pale but still rest there in the group.notropis-chrosomus-DSC_9527.jpgnotropis-chrosomus-CSC_3544.JPGnotropis-chrososmus-DSC_9539.jpgnotropis-chrosomus-CSC_9602.jpgnotropis-chosomus-DSC_3659.JPG

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    Wow. 😎 Loving this pic frenzy Charles!! Will you keep these indoors?

    #351286

    torso
    Participant

    yes, Matt. With all my/other cats around and kids of the scool nearby it would be to risky. The tanks for the live food attire enough interest already. But I still hope to get my place in the cellar.

     

    #351301

    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Great pics Charles! You really captured the different color phases they go through.

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