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  • in reply to: Simpsonichthys magnificus #340894

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    QUOTE (Jarcave @ Feb 9 2011, 03:16 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Yep I’ve hatched a few species before.
    in reply to: Austrolebias paucisquama #340739

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    charles this french guy is spot on dealt many times with him there is one or two dodgy ones but on the whole most are ok

    in reply to: Simpsonichthys magnificus #340737

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    no they coming from germany ,have you had expericence hatching killi eggs before???? if not here if you want any advice

    in reply to: Simpsonichthys magnificus #321158

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    agression not usually a prob with this species but as with other fish in smallish tanks best to provide plenty of cover for females as male constanly drive females to breed

    hopefull getting these as soon as weather permits S. picturatus

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    in reply to: Cualac Tesselatus Breeding Project #319552

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    QUOTE (keith565 @ Jun 27 2010, 06:25 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    still no joy.

    hi keith did you manage to get some eggs as still interested in this species

    in reply to: Betta Mandor #318560

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    QUOTE (Colin @ Aug 20 2010, 04:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    thanks

    yeah i’d bet they were… I dont think anyone will be breeding them in enough numbers. Also there was quite a variety of sizes in the order which normally suggests wild caught.

    there are a few of these that will go to IGL, AKL and AAGB members who, with myself, will keep them in the hobby and breed them


    hi fella got a pair of these for sale

    in reply to: Cualac Tesselatus Breeding Project #318147

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    QUOTE (keith565 @ Jun 13 2010, 10:24 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    yes Matt, deffo looks like 1 male 3 females. i’ll let nature take it’s course (fishouse getting warmer by the day)


    hi fella how you doing with these any joy yet ????????

    in reply to: Mikrogeophagus Altispinosus – Bolivian Rams #318146

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    Reva wrote on Jun 23 2010, 07:23 PM:
    thank you gentlemen!! I was very impressed with the detail on that cichlid forum John, and am going upstairs to look at mine very carefully…
    the store said that I could bring one back if I have two of the same sex, but based on David’s info, I will try to obtain two pair. Last night they seemed happy to be in a big planted tank, and ate frozen brine shrimp/bloodworm 50/50 cubes.
    Will let you know how this turns out. I can always pick a pair of baby angelfish if I look long enough, so hopefully my instincts held true in this case.
    David I have heard that all the rams are short lived, but also that this kind is longer lived and tougher than blues. but that is hearsay. I was going to get Apistos , but didnt see any with cute faces or great colors. These guys are really cute.
    PS. the parrots are doing fine in the higher ph…bright orange again
    in reply to: Cualac Tesselatus Breeding Project #318051

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    QUOTE (keith565 @ Jun 3 2010, 07:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    been checking mine every day, but no eggs yet /rolleyes.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:rolleyes:” border=”0″ alt=”rolleyes.gif” />

    in reply to: Cualac Tesselatus Breeding Project #317995

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    QUOTE (Matt @ May 27 2010, 06:53 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hi males grow to around 5 cm SL, females a little smaller. Here are some more recent pics:

    I don’t sell eggs, will send you a pm.


    cheers fella

    in reply to: Cualac Tesselatus Breeding Project #317992

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    QUOTE (Matt @ Feb 24 2009, 06:54 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Here are a few fairly pathetic update photos I’ve just taken. These are now residing outside on the terrace so hopefully they’ll grow a bit more quickly. Will endeavour to get better pics soon.

    Female

    Male – he has a bit more colour now.

    Now they’re a bit bigger I think I have 2 males and 8 females and I was sitting watching the males defend territories; each above a spawning mop at either end of the container today. The difference in their behaviour after only 48 hours outdoors is incredible as I never saw them do this in the house. I hope to see eggs soon!


    hi mat wow little stunners these are what are the adult size of these also if you have any spare eggs would be pleased to purchase them

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