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Don't steal mah babies!! LOL!
Thanks guys! I've been overprotective of these little ones. They started getting water changes at 6 days after free swimming and I've only used mws twice because I don't want them to hang out at the bottom where the bacteria is. Half of my last spawn didn't have pectorals because of that.
They are looking really good and I have high hopes for them so we'll see what we end up with :)
 

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They are beautiful. My are almost 6 weeks but they just begun showing some sign of color.

My BBS swim and eventually sink to the bottom so my fries also hang out on the bottom. I feed MW + Decap and Instant BBS for 4 weeks but most of all of my fries seem to have pectoral fins. I switch to feed live bbs, and after the switch I think fries grow faster with live bbs.

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How adorable! I can't believe those little brown babies turn into such fluffy, colorful adults :)
 

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Thank you!
These kids are growing nicely.
They are 2.5 weeks not and you can alredy see who's going to be a multi and who is going to be light colored.
I love that their fins are all visible now but they are not very good posers and swim away when they see the camera.
Here is today's pic spam...
 

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Thanks!
These are the hardiest group of fry I've seen.
They take the daily water changes like champs and I haven't lost one fry since they hatched. They took to eating grindals without hesitation! Still there's a long way to go and I hope I didn't just jinx it but they've been doing great so far.
I can't stop myself from taking pics so here's today's... I think there's a readhead in the mix!
 

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I wish I could buy some from you when they get older. They look so nice!
 
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