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post #601 of 670 (permalink) Old 08-30-2013, 09:53 PM
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I think this one came out pretty well if I say so myself. Guess what I used to take it.
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Your phone?

Sometimes my phone takes crappy photos. Sometimes it takes awesome ones lol. With fish it's hit or miss.
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What species of fish are they? Look almost like Pseudomugil red neon. Nice photo though. It is hard to capture some of the smaller schooling species of fish.


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Yup it was w/ my iphone 5 lol. I was pretty surprised. And yup that's what they are. I just transferred them to a new tank before the photo so they were a bit pale. They've colored up more since.

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They are a beautiful fish and I am extremely jealous of you. I have kept several of the native Australian pseudomugil species and these are one I would love to own, but they are just not available here.


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The fish look amazing, but I can't get over how the vals are thick and drape over... I hope mine do that.
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Thanks everyone. I actually got them last Saturday when the LFS was having a 25% off sale on everything. Besides 2 male forktails I had as a kid these are the first rainbows I've kept so I'm pretty excited.

As for the vals, I find that they're pretty much indestructible as long as the tank's large enough. The tank that photo's from is 20" tall. In my smaller tanks I find that the vals tend to be smaller and thinner. Otherwise they're pretty nondemanding. The kind I have are jungle vals if that helps.

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This was a shot of my old group of honey blue eyes. I got fry a couple times but this species really needs a pond sort of environment if you seriously want to breed them.

Hope all goes well with your group. I have always found them to be extremely personable fish once they warm up to you. Mine used to nibble on my hands when I did water changes.
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Everyone meet Mr. Jack Skeleton! He's a Calico Ryukin Goldie <3 Has a rather friendly personality and eats from my hands. And I haven't even had him for a week!
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i love spamming everyone with pics of my finbabbies :3

Let's start with the albino cories;












AND onto the three goldfish ('calico' veil tail Steve, black moor Suzy, pearlscale oranda NoName)












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