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    My Geophagus wouldn't give me my fork back!

    I tried to get my fork out of the tank, was using it to hold down Zucchini. Upon a closer look I figured out why :)
    Tired to get a quick video, male keeps getting in the way but you'll get the idea :)

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    Congrats!!!! Your geos look so beautiful, are these the ones you just got?

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    Thanks! These are the Red Head Tapajos I got last February from Spencer Jack. They are growing out and stunning! The video doesn't even come close to doing them justice!
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    Are you going to try to grow out the fry if they don't eat them?

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    Im going to put in an egg crate divider shortly to keep the other fish out....from there I will see what happens :)
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    Great video Stacey. Lovely looking fish you have there.

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    Beautiful fish! I hope you can raise some of the fry. If not this time, I am sure you will with a future batch. With my Gymnos, I have the best luck isolating the female with the eggs, and taking the eggs and putting them in a hatching/rearing compartment alone coming a very close second in terms of survival. I hope your guys are just as rabbit-like as their little cousins!



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