Finally found my camera, I got some pretty good photos I really wanted up!
First up, you can see my black and gold beauty with my silver, also can see a marbled gold dust, normal gold dust and a calico(he's not a very good calico, but he's a nice little fish so I kept him). You can see my gold and black boys real colors, I love this camera though the gold is brighter than it is a little...well no, more shiny, I can't get good photos of any of them without the flash, and in this case the scene button:
Couple of my swordtails hanging out:
My resident dominant male:
One of the kids from my white swordtails:
I love those gold ones with the black fins. Flash made the fins look gold in some photos, but they are like...gold wags. lol I have no idea what to call them, thinking harlequin or just random shortfins, though they do have that lyretail, it's not as prominent as most, and I like it that way since it's less likely to be bitten off.
One of my pretty endlers mixes showed for this one:
My black bars and crayfish in another tank, one of my girls popped last night too. :3
I love that boy, he's so pretty.
Now, I have some random platies I rescued in a nursery tank, along with some guppies I raised in there(yes, these are my clones, for those of you who remember my girl with the curved spine who cloned herself). They look good, eh? But that platy, what color is he even considered? I'm not sure if it's one of mine, or if it's a rescue...The ones I rescued should all be orange MMs. He's like a really pale gold/red platinum color. Could be one of my blue mixes I suppose.
Some of my guppies:
Guppies again, my tuxedo is still nursing that tail, he lost it a while ago. No rot and it's coming back, but I don't think it ever will fully. He's lost his tail a couple times before, I now keep him fully away from my red tux, who loves to chew on him:
Well, they're not fish, but I have my baby crayfish in my endlers tank with my beauties, slowly moving the crayfish all out. It takes forever, I've moved about 20 or so out to the 73 gal pool, but they just VANISH when I go to catch them. You can see one of my red swortail fry too, I only have two or three in there, I moved the rest out, I want it just my one female crayfish and the endlers:
See mama and my endlers girls and one swordtail fry:
And my newest additions, two female and one male bumblebee platy. They're in QT, yes it has plants. lol The male had some nipped fins with a bit of rot, and my female gourami does on her tail so I popped them into the medicated tank. The male is doing good now, I am hoping to breed them. They're very hard to find here, and healthy ones are harder. My girls look great, the only pretty male they had was chewed up in the tail and pectoral fins real bad though, but being in a tank with some antibacterials and anti-fungals has fixed him up. This is three days later or so, he's looking good...but I don't have high hopes, every time I get bumblebees they don't seem to do well and I am not sure why, but the shop got a new provider and their fish looked great so I thought I'd go for it.
And now for my painted swordtails, the older batch of babies, and some orange MM swords, I popped them into a jar for photo purposes.
I just love those painteds, they're gorgeous. Especially that bright one with the most black on the tail and orange spots.
An endler again and a gold dust:
And finally my black gold dust and my solar flare swordtail. :3