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Old 01-10-2013, 11:24 AM   #431 
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Your burdigala male is gorgeous LBF! And I love the new look of your tanks. I think the branches are great and a few plants are always a good idea. I am going to have to start holding raffles for my own clippings soon, I throw so much away! Especially duckweed.

Sorry I haven't been around, had the flu and got dehydrated enough for a brief hospitalization. I'm fine now, this flu season is just awful in the US though. Boston has already declared a health emergency over it and hospitals around the country are having to turn people away.
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Old 01-10-2013, 01:45 PM   #432 
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Good to hear you are okay now Babystarz. Was wondering where you had gone.

I have so much duckweed as well. It completely covers the surface of a 3ft tank I have outside. No one ever wants it so I am just going to have to chuck it out.

I'm not sure if my uberis male has eaten his eggs or not. He had them in the log. Then for some inexplicable reason moved them out right to the front in a nest. Now they are gone and he is at the back of the tank with no nest in site. Hopefully he has either hidden them away or has them in his mouth.

The colours on the burdigala males is amazing. Too bad he is the worst fish to photograph.
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Old 01-10-2013, 04:06 PM   #433 
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Imbellis frys


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Old 01-10-2013, 04:11 PM   #434 
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Is that a mahachai female Setsuna? I am not really familiar with that complex so just guessing.
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Old 01-10-2013, 04:13 PM   #435 
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Is that a mahachai female Setsuna? I am not really familiar with that complex so just guessing.
the pictures that i posted up is one of my imbellis frys
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Ah it's hard for me to tell. But that fry is looking really good. Love the iridescence the wild bettas get.

Had much luck with sexing any, or are they still too small?
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Ah it's hard for me to tell. But that fry is looking really good. Love the iridescence the wild bettas get.

Had much luck with sexing any, or are they still too small?
still small and hard to sex cause not all of them hasnt shown colors yet
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Old 01-10-2013, 04:32 PM   #438 
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Yeah that's always the annoying bit. Waiting for your fry to grow out so you can tell who is what.

Although with that in mind, there are some of my fish that are between 12-20 months old and I still have no clue what they are haha.
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Yeah that's always the annoying bit. Waiting for your fry to grow out so you can tell who is what.

Although with that in mind, there are some of my fish that are between 12-20 months old and I still have no clue what they are haha.
hahaha that must suck lol
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Wow best wild thread I've found. Returning to hobby have some wild project tanks in mind. Hope you dont mind me barging in. Sure I will have a bunch of questions and hints I can get from y'all....Happy New Year (belated)
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