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|Subject: Re: are they big enough to breed? Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:10 am|| |
all look big enough, tho i don't know that coin.
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|Subject: Re: are they big enough to breed? Thu Dec 13, 2012 9:35 am|| |
An american quarter is the coin, used a lot here in the states as a point of reference because it is about 1" in diameter (24.26mm, to be exact).
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|Subject: Re: are they big enough to breed? Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:54 pm|| |
Hi,nice looking fish you have,i agree with Doug,they look developed enough to start breeding.Your male is possibly calico or calico cross,he's a beauty.
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|Subject: Re: are they big enough to breed? Mon Dec 17, 2012 11:00 pm|| |
The male in the last 2 pics Is a color I have never seen before on a BN! Congrats on having some beautiful and unique fish. I am interested to know what kind of fry the pair in your last pic throw. Please keep us updated!
And Doug you make a good point on one of my favorite aspects of this forum, it's international membership! I love that we all share our experiences from around the globe!
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