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    Default Re: Wild Rams

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    Put them in RO and you’ll have fry soon. I think we both FINALLY managed to snag decent wild rams, which is not easy.
    I will Ryan, I need to get it up for other reasons. It is amazing how hard it is to get decent wild rams.
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    they look like they are settling in famously Pat...some color and attitudes coming out there as well...definitely see a mix of males & females...what are you keeping them in? Any special water treatments apart from the almond leaves? What are they feeding on...BBS? Nice work Pat!!
    Thank you Danny, they are in their own 50 gallon tank. Nothing special on the water, just my tap but aged. Same water the fry are in. I am feeding them BBS and a small sinking pellet. The almond leaves are being used to provide some personal spaces since these guys are so pushy with each other.
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    They really seem to have recovered fast. Looking good Pat.
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    They really seem to have recovered fast. Looking good Pat.
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    Thanks Patty, they have settled in nicely
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    They're already acting like angry little fish, love it. If you do decide to spawn them, those leaves will come in handy. Great first fry food (the stuff that grows on the leaves).

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    Thanks for sharing the video Pat.

    Really cool to see soo many skilled Discus keepers trying out Rams. I say that because you all are so disciplined in your practices... I know you'll have tremendous success with them.

    Maybe in 6 months I'll be begging you guys to part with some F1 wild offspring.
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