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post #551 of 670 (permalink) Old 04-18-2013, 04:36 PM
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That angelfish looks hungry or surprised. Maybe surprised because there is food? lol!

That is a pretty little goldfish! Love the all white body and red eyes!

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post #552 of 670 (permalink) Old 04-18-2013, 04:52 PM
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I loved his only orange spot xD So cute!!

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My pair of juvenile Vietnamese White Cloud Mountain Minnows. Endangered in the wild so I'm going to try to get a few more storebreds and breed them, but the store only had these guys left.
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Vietnamese White Clouds (tanichthys micagemmae) are different from the regular tanichthys albunobes in that they have red anal and ventral fins. All white cloud types are endangered in the wild, actually.
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Wow! They are quite pretty! Hope you can get them to breed. It's sad but this is the case with more than a few of the species we keep. Why exactly are they endangered? Habitat loss? Over-collecting?

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Izzy, I think it's both habitat loss and overcollecting. Fortunately, the t. albunobes species is extremely easy to breed so it's thriving in captivity. Not sure about t. micgrammae but I hope so.
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My pair of juvenile Vietnamese White Cloud Mountain Minnows. Endangered in the wild so I'm going to try to get a few more storebreds and breed them, but the store only had these guys left.
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Vietnamese White Clouds (tanichthys micagemmae) are different from the regular tanichthys albunobes in that they have red anal and ventral fins. All white cloud types are endangered in the wild, actually.
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Well I hope they do prove easy to breed for you! Plus, they are just darling little fish!
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Thanks Izzy, I hope so too. Although knowing my luck, I'll get all one gender. -___- If Bekah is the goddess of fish fertility, I'm the goddess of fish sterility.

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Updated pic on one of my silvers. This one is always showing off his fins xD

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I love my Yunnanilus cruciatus loaches. They're about 1.5 inches, full grown. They spend most of their time mid-level, though they eat from the bottom like most loaches. When I first got them, they shoaled together pretty tight, but now that they are comfortable I only see them in groups of four, max. They get along great with my other fish and seem to ignore my betta for the most part. They way they swim reminds me of hummingbirds. I've got ten of them in my 20L, and they are all named Marty.





Couldn't resist showing pics of Grumpy, my clown plec. He comes out so rarely, it was a treat to find him making a starring appearance.



There is just something so amusing about a plec attached to glass...
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