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Some more new fish and updated pictures..

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Some more new fish and updated pictures..

Postby ste12000 » Tue Dec 11, 2007 7:09 am

Hi all, just a few pics of the latest fish in the fishroom and also a few older fish but new pics. Here it go's.....

First these are Richards Pelvicachromis Taeniatus (nigerian red)They are staying with me until Richard my cousin can find room in his tank. I hope i will spawn them before then...
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This is another variant of Pelvicachromis Taeniatus called 'Moliwe'
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And another... 'Bipindi'
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Apistogramma Agassizi (female)
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Apistogramma Baenschi (Pair)
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Apistogramma Hoignei (male)
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Apistogramma Hoignei (female)
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Apistogramma Iniridae. (male)
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Apistogramma Pertensis (male)
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Chocolate gourami..
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Young discus.Taken last year..
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Mature discus a year later...
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Postby celestialdude » Tue Dec 11, 2007 11:57 am

Nice, tx for the great photos Ste!

I like the first photo, the circles on the tail of one of the fish, are very interesting. Also that's an interesting tank setup with the dead leaves and all.
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Postby shepherd_690 » Tue Dec 11, 2007 12:29 pm

u can keep them until they breed ste mate coz i aint guna b able to get them sorted till nxt year at least lol
im sure ull have em cracked soon lol,
the dwarf gouramis u give me have really coloured up this week lol
but i doubt ill get them to go...n athough i want them to
i havent got the room so hopefully they do n dnt if u get me lol
i suppose that if they do...its 1 more reason for ma dad to get a tank at his lyk hes bin saying for the past 2-3 months :lol:
speak 2 ya soon m8
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Postby L777 » Tue Dec 11, 2007 11:07 pm

Gorgeous cichlids, all of them (plus a nice gourami)! I wish I could find the variety of kribs around my area that your collection boasts.

I've heard a lot of accounts (second hand and first) about the difficulty of managing discus social dynamics. Have yours taken much effort in that regard? Looks like the ones pictured are all thriving.
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Postby ste12000 » Wed Dec 12, 2007 7:55 pm

The Kribs are certainly not easy to find, in fact finding them and hunting for them is half the pleasure, There are 9 described species in the Pelvicachromis Genus, i have set myself the target of spawning them all :shock: So far i have bred the Common krib (Pelvicachromis Pulcher) and the Slender or yellow krib (Pelvicachromis Taeniatus).
I am in contact with someone on another forum who has a tank of juvinile Pelvicachromis suboccelatus Matadi (do a search on google for pics, the females are stunning), we have arranged to swap some fish so that will be another on my list next year :wink:
As regards to the discus, i read about them and understood them for years before buying, i started with angel fish as they are very similar fish to discus and a whole lot cheaper. I got two years experience with the angels before buying my discus..
The main point with discus is buy in bulk, dont think ill buy 3 and see how it go's...It wont work, you end up with one dominant one subdominant and one that gets beaten up every time it pops its head out. I bought six which is the minimum amount to start with, You always get one dominant fish at the head of the group and it go's down the pecking order until you get to the weakest, mine never grew much in 12 months of owning them, but with six fish this fish has a bit of a rest as others also get chased by the dominant. I sold the remainding four when two paired off as this cut down all aggression in the tank and the pair have the tank as their own personal territory. It is a very complex subject but easily understood if you study the fishes natural habitat.
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Postby atlantis_child » Wed Dec 12, 2007 11:28 pm

Love the discus! They're so beautiful. (Tell them Atlantis complimented them won't you?) :wink:

Uh...shepherd_690 unless you're missing half the letters on your keyboard, please, please write in English ok?


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wow, 13...it's been a while since I counted them up... (And yes, they all have names ;) )
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Postby shepherd_690 » Thu Dec 13, 2007 12:36 pm

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Postby Crazedpuffer » Sun Jan 06, 2008 8:28 am

Beautiful fish!
I wish I still had discus.
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Postby L777 » Sun Jan 06, 2008 4:16 pm

Ste,
your A. agassizi is incredible! Most of them that I see around here are white and black -- none of the bright yellow yours has. Is the bright yellow typical?
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