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    That's very nice, Rick. I want some, can you send some over here?

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    Rick,

    Are the bottom and sides of this tank painted, or is that a substate?

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    Now your rubbing it in Rick.... :-) very good I will get their one day hopefully Rod will secure my wishes from Jeffery this week hope hope hope......

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    bottom is bare bottom, back is small gravel mixed with epoxy (enviro-tex lite).
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    I have to admit, these are some of the slowest growing, most fragile fish I have worked with to date. Going to get a second batch going soon after NADA and change a few things to see if I can get better growth.

    Here are a few of the goldens SS this pair threw:





    and the snow leopard babies:

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    ooooh pretty !
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    [QUOTE=nc0gnet0;1097280]I have to admit, these are some of the slowest growing, most fragile fish I have worked with to date. Going to get a second batch going soon after NADA and change a few things to see if I can get better growth.


    I found the F1 from my SW x Leopard are some of the fastest growing and hardiest discus I have had they 8 months about and some are getting to the 5" back march the largest was 4". They have been shifted 1300 km since then and have settled in well.
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    Nice looking juvies Rick. What was the ratio of Snow Leopards vs Golden?
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    OOoohhhhh, those are looking good Rick, what all phenotype/genotypes did you end up getting? really like the look of that youngster
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    love them.they getting big too

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    One of the goldens:



    Sorry, dirty tank glass seems to make the eye look a little messy.
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    great looking fishes congrats

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    Just beautiful Rick!
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    Those golden are really nice. Congrats

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    please lmk if you will part with 6. i'm looking at getting back into discus. I used to do some breeding in the past. i'm north of Cadillac and can drive down sometime.

    keep me on the list when you have some available, i'll pm my contact

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