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michelle

New Member
5 Year Member
Hi there awth,

The tails are very exciting to count, but are you going to enlighten us as to what those tails may grow in to. lol

Michelle
 

awth

Member
5 Year Member
Hi there awth,

The tails are very exciting to count, but are you going to enlighten us as to what those tails may grow in to. lol

Michelle
Hi Michelle,

Yes, I am planning to post more pics as they develop. :)
As for now, I can't tell you any further, as my friends are guessing what kind of dwarf they are, I can't let them see the answer.
 

fishme.

New Member
5 Year Member
because of the black colour of the fry i think it is not apistogramma fry and by looking the parents fin in the last photo i think it is adoketa fry ?
 

awth

Member
5 Year Member
because of the black colour of the fry i think it is not apistogramma fry and by looking the parents fin in the last photo i think it is adoketa fry ?
Yes, you are right, I have been trying to breed them for the past 2 years, I have so much problem in pairing them up. Lots of my other friend who started later than me have already sucessed. :frown:

Anyhow, finally, I have my reward too :)
 

peterK

Member
5 Year Member
Very nice flock of fry... Good luck Alan, hope to see swimming youngsters soon!:biggrin:
 

awth

Member
5 Year Member
Very nice flock of fry... Good luck Alan, hope to see swimming youngsters soon!:biggrin:
Thank you, Pete, I am so excited to see them too, I expect either tmr or the latest, the day after, I will see them free swimming and will definitely take some pics! :)
 
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