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new 40L african project (DONE)

13 years 6 months ago #16414 by klassichobbies
gotcha. so my guess is it would be cheaper for juvies around an inch.

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13 years 6 months ago #16411 by shepp
i got them last suday i would say they are index to middle fingure leghth, the smaller ones are prolly the size of my pinky? i have average sized hands:P

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13 years 6 months ago #16406 by klassichobbies
how big were they when you got them?

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Cat?
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Um, a bird?
-Nope
Gerbil?
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Fish?
-OH, I've got alot of those!!!

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13 years 6 months ago #16405 by shepp
they have been in a dark tank since april (black back grround, black sand) lee

klassic, i paid 50 for the 6 of them there is a guy on the wisconsin cichlid forum right now with 11 of the juvis with some other stuff for 75 im not sure if he still has them. the last time i was down for the swap nuth and i went to king coral and they had some "juvis" in there for like 15-20 each maybe even more... the blue lines in them arent as noticable in person (the guy i bought them from said they will show alot better as the weeks go on it takes them awhile to aclimate) but their finage is literaly electric, when the tank is dark and there is some kinda light around in the room they glow!! they are a really cool fish, and are exactly what i wanted for this tank they school and stay with each other around mid to top water level. they still are alil skidish about takeing food off the surface, but im sure they will come around....

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13 years 6 months ago #16403 by baldtaxguy
Replied by baldtaxguy on topic Re: new 40L african project (DONE)
The cyps look like they are electrically charged.  Very nice!!
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13 years 6 months ago #16398 by leej24
Great pictures!  Nice layout.  Your multies have such nice dark coloration unlike mine who are always a lighter gray coloration.

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13 years 6 months ago #16394 by klassichobbies
sawboys right they are pretty sweet. do you know what the general cost of juvies? they sound like pretty interesting fish from what ive read.

Klassic

Do you have a dog?
-No
Cat?
-Nu-uh
Um, a bird?
-Nope
Gerbil?
-Nada
Fish?
-OH, I've got alot of those!!!

Klassic Hobbie's Stock List:
www.gcca.net/gccaforum/index.php/topic,341.0.html
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13 years 6 months ago #16385 by sawboy2
Replied by sawboy2 on topic Re: new 40L african project (DONE)
Those paracyps are SWEET!
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13 years 6 months ago #16382 by shepp
ya i didnt have the money to come down, went ice fishing instead:D not to bad for not knowing how to use this camera:D kinda cool putting on the big lens and taking pic from across the room LOL

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13 years 6 months ago #16381 by Kegger22
see, if you would have come to the meeting the pics wouldn't have been so sloppy ;D

actually pretty good pics though
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