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Post subject: Endlers again-Time correction Posted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 4:47 am

 
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All the above info. is correct except for the time frame. Thinking about it- The new born fry were not free-swimming for only about 10-15 mins or so.
Enough time to be eaten though....
Happy Easter
tl64
Post subject: Endlers Posted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 4:20 am

 
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When Endlers made a come back several years ago, I decided to dedicate a 20 gallon tank to a colony. The only space left for the tank was in the bedroom. In there, I was able to observe the fish more closely and often. They were good quality and produced many fry. Endlers probably prefer water on th...
tl64
Post subject: LDA01 Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 11:36 am

 
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Sorry,
Forgot to ask-Any of those 4 left ?

Tom
tl64
Post subject: Interested in................... Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 11:01 am

 
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I've already seen some fish you have that I would like to get ie. P. taeniatus 'Nyete' etc. Also looking for any Thorichthys species other then Meeki. I still have 4 T. Elioti purchased from you a while back. Dominant male over 4" and is spectacular. Pelvicachromis 'Blue Fin' (old name) Psuedotrophe...
tl64
Post subject: Uncle Ned's #2 Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 1:06 am

 
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I knew that would be coming from Ned... Seriously, I love fish but not enough to do what you do. Way too much work. We (fish nuts) appreciate it...Conquer the chains- NedSmart sounds good......... Buying 75 oak Oceanic stand (original Ned's) never used and 55 oak stand. Still 3 lightly stocked tanks...
tl64
Post subject: Old Boston Pet in Cambridge Posted: Sat Dec 05, 2009 10:22 pm

 
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Burnt again last night. Building was still empty from last fire..suspicious.
Not really worth posting but it would be a great spot for Uncle Ned's #2............
tl64
Post subject: Native Fishes Posted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 7:01 pm

 
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Be cool to rent canoe right on Rt. 109 in Millis and go up Charles river. I know guy has been renting canoes starting in early spring for years. Hope he is still there. Many spots must hold small fish. I rented one once in early spring about 15 yrs ago w/ local Millis girl. He suggested we not go du...
tl64
Post subject: Bristlenose Pleco Posted: Mon Nov 09, 2009 11:49 pm

 
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I had breeding pair of Albino BN Plecos that produced many young over a couple years. The smaller fish constantly graze on green algae. Once they reach about 2- 2.5 inches they slow down. They will start eating meatier foods. By meatier foods, I mean flakes, pellets, frozen brine shrimp etc. They al...
tl64
Post subject: Catfish Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 3:43 pm

 
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Hey thanks....Been busy as hell in work. Had to pick up extra shifts.
Working 3p.m.-7 a.m. now, 2 more shifts then on vacation.
Be down Sun. or early next week.
T
tl64
Post subject: Hey Posted: Fri Jul 24, 2009 10:25 pm

 
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"You got that right" How's it going Rich ? Been busy w/ family stuff and my non-fish meetings. Hope to see you in August or before. I'm drooling looking at some of Sam's pic's. With the damn traffic, I decided to wait and head down on the weekend-Sat. I just inherited the 1st floor along w/ 2nd floo...
tl64
Post subject: L-129 Corydoras Robinae Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2009 5:26 pm

 
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Hi Ned, I'm interested in a small group of L-129's... Any in stock Also, looking to add more C. Robinae to my group of six I got several months ago. Hoping to make it down tonight, just dreading thought of what x-way looks like now. I'll crank up some Lynyrd Skynyrd and annoy surrounding motorists. ...
tl64
Post subject: MWRA WATER Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 11:27 pm

 
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Hi, I almost had a heart attack when I moved back to Chelsea several years ago and tested my water. A few tanks were already setup w/ rare and some delicate West African Cichlids. Similiar-P.H. 8.5-8.8 and hardness as low as 20-30ppm. I added several chemicals for P.H./Hardness (up/down- up/down)and...
tl64
Post subject: Rams Posted: Wed Jul 15, 2009 2:24 am

 
Topic: Rams
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My 2 cents... Ram's do not breed in caves. They are open spawners. Female will scatter her eggs on some surface such as a flat rock. The male then passes over and ferilizes the eggs. That's after a pair is formed, water conditions are correct etc. etc. Look at some of the different West African Pelv...
tl64
Post subject: Bathrooms Posted: Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:14 am

 
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Who has the time to worry about them and write about it ?
Who was the person that went out in the field to get the data ?
Walpole Public Library on there too.
I'd be proud...
tl64
Post subject: Nationl Geographic Channel 'Nat Geo' Posted: Thu May 14, 2009 7:06 pm

 
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For everyone.... Check out some of the newer shows on Nat Geo. One is about a group attempting to locate 'monster' fish species. Several shows I saw were filmed on the Amazon. Last nights show was about giant catfish. After, they had another on about the Congo. They were studying fish species that h...
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