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Mom Red turquoise with her eggs817 views3rd batch of eggs from Red turq-Red Melon pair
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Sammi or Sammy?373 viewsone of the 4 I received in April (2005). Still not giving up hope for a male although it's not looking good. This one's different from the others for now anyway.1 comments
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180 viewsboehlke fredcochui
5 of these fish live with the sajica's.
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Oto216 viewsThis is my last remaining oto, taken the last few days it was in QT tank after my angels attacked and killed all the otos but this one. This one had bites out of it's tail fin and top fin, but they are growing back nicely. Picture was taken in macro mode, shutter speed 1/8 second, aperture 2.3, ISO 100, no flash, hand-held. Cropped with Photoshop, cloned out some water spots, slight color adjustment, USM applied.1 comments
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Cana258 viewsCana climbing on driftwood. This shot was taken in macro mode, shutter speed 1.10, aperture 2.0, no flash, hand-held. Cropped in Photoshop, cloned out part of a rock that was blown, USM applied.3 comments
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Zebra Danio and Keyhole Cichlid590 viewsthis was a pure accident, cropped and enlarged from a larger shot of the Angels keeping everyone away from the bloodworms. Amazing what you can find when you just look!!
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Big Male186 viewsTrying to prevent the female behind him from attempting to kill him. This was when he was first added, and she wasnt happy about it. But now the two are friendly and even have had two batches of fry : ).
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Rooting anubias149 viewsThis is how I have originally placed my anubias nana in the sand. The green "runner" portion of the plant is exposed, while the white "root" parts are buried.
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rooting anubias nana130 viewsThis is a different plant in the same tank. I'm still learning how to take the photos and edit them- next time I'll remember to leave the date block option off, as this one is directly over the rooting I was attempting to capture.
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anubias nana with flash125 viewsThis is the first picture of the series I took, before I realized I needed to turn the flash off. Ah, the learning curve.
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Side View of Planted Ten158 viewsThis is the side view of the tank- the frontal view did not turn out properly, and had to be scrapped. I'm hoping the plants will root well, with no rotting and little drama.
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Anubias Coffeefolia239 viewsThis looks remarkably similar to the regular anubias nana. It does have the most impressive root structure of all the plants I received, and if I had to bet which plant was going to be the most successful in the tank, I'd bank on this one.2 comments
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