Little spawning

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Not very happy about this, very small spawning as thier still immature. This is third spawn in as many weeks as they get to 3days then eat them,ffs cichlids..
Do not mock the snake because it has no horns.For who is to say that one day it may become a dragon,as one just man may become an army...Water Margin.

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Well we got another pair, what are the chances buy four relativly hard to sex juvenile fish and get two of each!
You might just see the eggs in one of the pictures. And yes That bit of wallpaper needs replaceing lol ...
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Nice!
40L: Tiger pistol shrimp and Wheeler goby trio, peppermint shrimp, zoas, ricordeas, gorgs, tree
Plans for a new 250L Maldivian biotope...

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Either its lunch time or thier having a disagreement...
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This is getting truely monotonous....id like to see them at least hatch the bloody things...
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Well after constant spawnings of the dominant pair,two weeks ago the sub boy established a territory,they spawned once and he was very good. The dominant male is too busy showing off to do a proper job.


Today the secons spawning we have wrigglers moved to a different spot,as is the way of Discus,with the scatter fish I doubt that any will come thru as they tend to wander on and off thier parents sides. But its nice to see them get this far :D
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Either its lunch time or thier having a disagreement...

Bloodyhell  Carol that tank is beautiful. I'm jealous

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Very nice

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Well duno if u can spot them. A grey mass on the pointy bit of bogwood


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