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  1. Rustynuts

    Rustynuts Flamingo Tongue

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    Oh and thanks for the Karma and good wished folks.;)
     
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  3. ReefSparky

    ReefSparky Super Moderator Staff Member

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    If it's not too much to ask, more pic's please! You probably represent less than .0000001 of the human population; having sucessfully bred clownfish in captivity!!

    If you're not posting pics daily, hopefully you are at least keeping a pictoral journal for your own posterity. Years from now you can look back on these pictures and say, "Yup, I did that!"

    I'm sure I speak for everyone when I say, "Bring on the photographs, man!!" :)
     
  4. lunatik_69

    lunatik_69 Giant Squid

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    Wow, cool man, now you can start breeding and selling them. You need to make those fish work for they're food and roof. ;D Luna
     
  5. Tundraburg

    Tundraburg Bristle Worm

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    I will be the first to ask, that I will take a few for adoption once they are bigger...
     
  6. JupiterSailfish

    JupiterSailfish Peppermint Shrimp

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    Are you naming them all Nemo?;);D

    That is so cool that your doing that!
     
  7. Rustynuts

    Rustynuts Flamingo Tongue

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    Too bad my friend, I live in the UK.

    Anyway, a couple of pics from this morning.


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    No idea on names yet. Wifey wants to keep them all, but no chance of that.;)
     

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  9. Rustynuts

    Rustynuts Flamingo Tongue

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    Just in from work, had a count up, and we have 9 little fellas all swimming about with each other. There's still a good few left to morph, but I'm not too sure how they're going to go. Some are looking good and others are looking weak.

    And the parents have laid again.;D
     
  10. ReefSparky

    ReefSparky Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Nice! Ain't you got the clown factory going. . . :)
     
  11. Tundraburg

    Tundraburg Bristle Worm

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    I need more updates(pics)...

    TY
     
  12. Terror A. Part

    Terror A. Part Astrea Snail

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    No idea on names yet...

    Yeah, I NEVER name my fish. I've had the same damsel for 5 years...he still doesn't have a name...maybe I think it's bad luck. He's just the sargent. Eh, name 'em and they die. Call them "fish" and they last forever...that's been my experience, at least.