Mar 12th, 2006
» posted 2006/03/12 02:20 pm
» posted 2006/03/12 08:57 pm
A real nice aulonocara. One of the finest Jacks i have seen.
» posted 2006/03/12 09:59 pm
Again WICKED AWSOME MAN
» posted 2006/03/12 10:08 pm
Thanks everyone. He's one of my favorite fish and the father of numerous offspring LOL.
» posted 2006/03/17 04:59 pm
I hope you don't have these peacocks in the same tank with that flower horn!! Because when it gets bigger you are going to have trouble. Big time KILLER.
» posted 2006/03/20 11:32 am
i need to know how big is your fish cause i have one of those or the sunshine but it only has the blue ...
» posted 2006/03/21 10:57 pm
I don't own a flowerhorn. He is about 5 to 5.5 inches long (I've had him since he was about 3.5 inches). He's in a tank with my mbuna and holds his own very nicely and breeds frequently with his girl.
» posted 2007/05/22 01:55 pm
this photo shows the otter point gene, look at his tail. this is a hybrid not a true gene.
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cool, one of my favorites :)
Its probably not a good idea if you have it in a tank with gourami & tetras
Its a jack dempsey
as said in the other picture, could be true. Aquidens (blue acara) are know
wow, great colors, beautiful!
it's still small, but to me it seems as a blue acara is plausible. Wait unt
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