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    Some Recent Spawns

    Just a few quick pics of some recent spawns in the fish room.

    Humpbacked Limia ( Limia nigrofasciata ). There are actually a few spawns of different ages in here, typical of any live bearer setup of course.
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    Pseudotropheus saulosi. First brood out of these guys, I was actually surprised by the nine fry from the small female. I decided to separate the female and let her release on her own.
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    Honeycomb catfish (Tatai perugiae) Well these are just the eggs. This is the second spawn but the first one did not go that well. So hopefully this bunch of eggs (around 15 or so) will fair better in the hang on breeder box.
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    Congrats! Always nice to see your efforts rewarded with little ones swimming around in the tanks :) I like the way you have the plastic plants in the first tank, nice alternative to a breeding mop. Never thought of using those in that way before.
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    Thanks. Yes, the plastic carpets plant are awesome for the live bearers. I have a few in the Limia tank and in the Goodied tank.

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