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    Some super macros...

    Thought you might like to see some very macro photos I took today of my Smokey v/+ x plat. pearl scale fry, all split for pb. Taken with a 100mm macro lens on extension tubes to get even closer :)
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    I would REALLY love to see a photo of the babies...

    I would REALLY love to see a photo of the babies in the OP as the are now http://torbwine.com/Stuff/Giffs/pretty_please.gif
  3. Thread: Rio Nanay Pair

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    Dan, this is straight Nanay?

    Dan, this is straight Nanay?
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    It seems that as these fish are growing, they are...

    It seems that as these fish are growing, they are 'growing into' their humpy head a bit and the 'notch' is becoming less pronounced. Could this also be an environmental thing caused by factors such...
  5. Thread: Rusty slate

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    Assuming the rust stains were not made by...

    Assuming the rust stains were not made by something ferrous being in contact with the slate... it is normal for some forms of slate to develop rust-like stains. In fact, iron content is one of the...
  6. Thread: Bulgarian Green

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    hmmm... thinking it might be a wee bit premature...

    hmmm... thinking it might be a wee bit premature to go there. Maybe if test crosses, such as +/pb x 'bg/bg' , are done and results can be reported in a more scientific manner it would be better ...
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    Gm/+ makes a bit of sense given the 2007...

    Gm/+ makes a bit of sense given the 2007 phenotype library here states that the co-dominance of gm and + will often result in the stripes showing through. I think I can see how it could work now :)
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    What's going on with the 'Pandas'in the second...

    What's going on with the 'Pandas'in the second link then? The blotching kind of looks like it is due to something else. They are blushing, aren't they, but, what else??? They still have a clear...
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    Can you put up photos of your fish and photos of...

    Can you put up photos of your fish and photos of their progeny? I've not heard of Panda Angels before but from my limited snoop around it sounds as though there is some form of marble going on (these...
  10. Thread: Exciting times!

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    Oh.. they eat well enough. They just prefer junk...

    Oh.. they eat well enough. They just prefer junk food over nature's best lol

    They do flake food and some of the aquaculture micro-pellets I use for raising trout fingerlings in my aquaculture...
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    Ok got three teenage platinums... and I noticed...

    Ok got three teenage platinums... and I noticed that strangest thing! They have no idea what to do with live food! On two occasions since arriving last week I have dumped a cupful of mosquito...
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    The nuchal hump in cichlids like trimacs, are...

    The nuchal hump in cichlids like trimacs, are produced in response to the release of breeding hormones. This fish is pre-spawn size and this 'beak' was present in much smaller fish, too, so I'm not...
  13. Thread: Drilling glass

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    Drilling glass

    Have any of you successfully drilled glass before? I am thinking of retro-fitting a sump to a tank I have but every time I try to drill glass with the glass-bits I have I break the glass (test pieces...
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    Sorry for the terrible photo, photo... for some...

    Sorry for the terrible photo, photo... for some reason they were all hiding in a dark back corner behind a rock this afternoon and the ipad could not handle the low light ... this is the biggest...
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    Notch, or not-to-notch? That is the question!

    My platinum angels FINALLY arrived to day and I'm smitten! That blue sheen (two were pearl-scaled and one was normal scaled), is amazing. I am a little disappointed with their heads though. There is...
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    One thing I would add to this is a small...

    One thing I would add to this is a small expansion on what they refer to as additive effects, as this is something that directly affects angelfish breeding.


    In most organisms that people breed...
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    Radon!!! :eek: You'll be able to make these...

    Radon!!! :eek:

    You'll be able to make these then ;) lol

    http://www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/custom/images/medium/4c2c6373dc680.jpg
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    Ok... that makes sense now. You are adding the...

    Ok... that makes sense now. You are adding the minerals until the TDS reaches your target and not trying to make a pre-determined mix that will hit the mark. That's what I do when making artificial...
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    So, what's that in litres.. nearly 4L... ok.. so...

    So, what's that in litres.. nearly 4L... ok.. so the ones I found were only half the size of the ones Damon showed. Don't think they will be big enough and shipping in from o/s will be too $$$. I...
  20. Thread: Critique forum Ho

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    On one hand I really like shows... and on the...

    On one hand I really like shows... and on the other.. I really hate them. On the plus side they help familiarise people with the species and breed standards (each variety is a different breed) and...
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    LOL! I knew this would end up here! There are...

    LOL! I knew this would end up here! There are scales... They are translucent as you say.
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    H2CO3 is carbonic acid. Sodium bicarbonate is...

    H2CO3 is carbonic acid. Sodium bicarbonate is NaHCO3. The important part of this is the HCO-3 radical which is part of the bicarbonate cycle which will assist with buffering your system. You will...
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    better photo taken tonight... wifi maybe?

    better photo taken tonight... wifi maybe?
  24. Thread: Critique forum Ho

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    I'm not sure, to be honest. I know from when I...

    I'm not sure, to be honest. I know from when I use to run the Australian Show Rabbit forum (I don't breed rabbits any more but was once into it in a big way), that online shows helped people who...
  25. Thread: Critique forum Ho

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    Critique forum Ho

    I was thinking that because one of the goals of TAS is to maintain the quality of angels by having a set of standards that breeders can employ to ensure quality angels are available to everyone......
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