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post #191 of 215 (permalink) Old 03-02-2013, 12:09 PM
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That's right lol.

Lovelace can't be moved because he's seen better days. I'm thinking of keeping the 30 and stand for just him, until he passes. I suspect the tumor, which has only begun a few days ago, is actually inside and pushing the cartilage of his mouth out... So I've assumed anyways.

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If it's inside his mouth he won't last long. I agree with you, best to keep him in a comfortable, low stress environment. Good luck and see you soon.
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We'll be on our way shortly. DT fry are in a insulated box with heat pack.

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Sena- Thank you so much and sorry you have to do this, I can only imagine how hard it is. Know that your fish are in good homes now and will be beyond spoilt! Good luck with Lovelace and his tumor. I enjoyed our quick visit, let's call it the first meeting of the Alberta betta club hahaha! And CJ, thanks for going out of your way to do this!

Update: Just got home, everyone's fine (a bit stressed). Every single dt fry is alive, I counted 11. They are now floating in his tank. The boys will all be set up shortly.

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I just got home and have the bags floating in tanks. Everyone is scared but are colouring up nicely.
CJ oh my god! Peanut is gorgeous! She has a 180 spread and is flaring lots at Marble. She will be bred soon!
Thanks so much Sena everything is awesome but what is this?
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I have the same thing and I believe it is brine shrimp eggs or cysts or whatever.
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The babies bellies are all full with decap brine shrimp now, but I'm still acclimating them (I'm doing it really slowly.). I was surprised that they actually ate it. Tonight I will give them some microworms. Sena, what type were the worms you gave me?
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And all eleven of them are now safe in the breeding box. I put in some of that plant you gave me, "cambomba" or something I think. The hardest part is now over!
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That is BBS

And the worms are either banana worms or microworms I forgot tomato them lol. Compare with yours... Smaller would be banana, similar would be microworms.

I am also surprised they ate decap. That would be their first time.

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