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Whoopie. Half way there.

Posted By: BB <nettech@bellatlantic.net>
Date: Monday, 25 March 2002, at 11:21 p.m.

None of these are new to the forum but the cheni and the fasciatus are new to me so forgive the excitement. The smaller of the two fasciatus is depicted in the close up. With luck it's a pair but time will tell. Any breeding behavior noted for this species? They only had the two. The cheni numbered around two dozen and only one I liked for a female. Since it was going to be a long trip I didn't want to be responsible if the unthinkable happened. She/it stayed behind. I only brought a few home but plan to go back provided these fare well. The only other fish that I actually purchased was what I suspect is a pangio species. Never saw a five incher with this build. The tank had it's fair share of normal looking specimens but there were a few that were super thin and twice the length. I debated for hours ..literly and when I saw them eat I decided to take a chance and assume they were not thin because of lack of food or disease. So far, so good. The rest is just some eye candy of what is out and about.

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