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  1. chardzard
    01-11-2013 02:16 PM - permalink
    here 1 fof my lil up come guys
  2. chardzard
    01-09-2013 12:33 PM - permalink
    ok thx i have some juvies males just like her i'll try to get my pic post soon
  3. sunlight
    01-08-2013 11:09 AM - permalink
    Nice to hear from you,thank you:) Have a very Happy New Year!!!
  4. aqua001
    01-01-2013 04:48 PM - permalink
    Cool got it!
  5. aqua001
    01-01-2013 04:33 PM - permalink
    Okay, I've never been a judge before so do I PM you on my ideas on the best chibi? Thanks!
  6. aqua001
    01-01-2013 10:12 AM - permalink
    Hey, for your chibi contest, do you need any more judges? If so, I'd be happy to be one!
  7. BettaHeart
    12-17-2012 10:35 AM - permalink
    Yes he was a crowntail and he was more yellow then a pineapple so i just went with yellow ct his name was Lemon, he passed away last year from dropsy and i havent been able to find another like him.
  8. Kevron56
    11-18-2012 04:35 AM - permalink
    I meant to ask on your thread what kind of betta is Blue, he is very unique and beautiful!
  9. Kytkattin
    11-17-2012 06:14 PM - permalink
    Of course this is only two samples, and it could have nothing to do with the vita-chem and everything to do with the pellets I sometimes feed (NLS), or the way I keep my water. I would need a couple dozen more fish from the same spawn with half getting vita-chem and the other half not in order to really test that. And unfortunately I don't have that much room yet. :D

    As for how I give it: I think the best way to give it is to put a couple of drops on some frozen/thawing bloodworms or brine shrimp. I also add a touch of garlic juice to enhance the flavor. Then I use tweezers to feed. If however, frozen isn't your thing, simply adding 1-2 drops daily when you drop pellets in works as well. I like to put the drops right on the fish as they eat the pellets.
  10. Kytkattin
    11-17-2012 06:13 PM - permalink
    I do strongly believe it is worth using vita-chem. Other than providing a very welcoming, clean environment for my little fish Spooky to grow up in, I think that feeding her whole food (frozen bloodworms and brine shrimp) fortified with vita-chem is what caused her to become such a huge fish and develop the spots and colors she did. In using it with my male, who is much older and a rescue, the results are less dramatic. I attest this to the fact that he is already past the period where he is developing color and size, and because he is a dark color to begin with. However, in the 6 months I have had him, his dark black body has begun to develop a beautiful blue sheen starting at the dorsal fin and spreading towards his head. His dorsal fin has also started to develop salamander spots.

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