I think they are going to breed soon??

Discussion in 'Breeding Tropical Fish' started by Viper3166, Jan 9, 2010.

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  1. elweshomayor

    elweshomayor Giant Squid

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    that is so cool!! i cant wait till my clowns have eggs..:p
     
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  3. whippy

    whippy Sailfin Tang

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  6. Viper3166

    Viper3166 Feather Duster

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    Updated 3rd day pics, lights about to go out so not the greatest pics.
     

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  7. doylef4i

    doylef4i Bubble Tip Anemone

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    Thats just awsome.
     
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  9. NUGIO

    NUGIO Corkscrew Tentacle Anemone

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    wow thats cool.i hope my pair of black mate
     
  10. Viper3166

    Viper3166 Feather Duster

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    I just got my misbar black pair about a month ago some i'm on the waiting list like youself. goodluck
     
  11. Jcaudillo

    Jcaudillo Spanish Shawl Nudibranch

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    i know this is a little late but CONGRATS on the egg find! Cant wait to see the little guys swimmin arounnd! Sellin them? hehe Exciting. By the way your clowns/Tank/Set up its awesome well done!
     
  12. thepanfish

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    I think they call it a gnopodium..