Hello, I have a HMDT that I thought was breeding quality but it seems he is not. He's beautiful but I would like a breeding quality HMDT. I'm only willing to buy from those in the USA and will pay shipping as well.
Ah I see, yea that's no good. Well I have some DT's in my grow out. I just took one out today. Not sure how they will turn out yet though. Here i the grow out video.He has a hunch back. And I would not recommend breeding him (it's almost extreme). His fins are nice but it would be best for the OP to get a new HMDT.
Thanks! I have a nice Cambodian male with red fins that is not in the video, he is super cool.Those DTs came out NICE. Very nice even lobes and good body shape.
I would take 15 for him. He is the best dt out of this spawn. Since they grow at different rates I don't know when he will be grown but I can say no more than a month.How much would you sell him for? And how much bigger does he need to grow before he could be shipped?
The black male has sold but I do still have some black sibling male's growing out right now. The spawn was very big and I had a lot of black males. I also have a spawn that is 2 weeks old growing out from the male you liked on my site and a sibling female. The DT parents are Henry and a Female I bred called The Ice Princess. Here is the threadI checked out your site and fell in love with the first halfmoon male you have for sale, black rain. I didn't see him on aquabid. Do you still have him or has he been sold? I'd definitely interested in the double tail as well. Would you be able to tell who the parents of the double tail are??
I understand completely. I don't want you too feel pressured to buy from me. When he is grown I will list him for sale, and if you like him feel free to bid on him. Thanks!Would you expect the fry to look like the one you had previously sold? I only have room for one male. I want to choose wisely.
This is the DT in question
It's pretty bad. I did check our your video and your fry are so cute. I what do you expect the little DTs will look like when mature?