my X-jag have a look & tell me what is going on with him
this is "her" when she came to me
this was "her" after being in my tank 4 a little bit
this is "her" with "her" boyfriend
but "she" is a "HE"
and this is "HIM" with "HIS" lady :thumb:
thanks 4 looking people
Congrats Shane, you have bred :D And yes do you want him ? RT that is?
i would have snapped you hand off but now i have had to give the jags a tank of there own the 5 footer is full :cry:
but How mutch P/M me if you like mate, i may just have room in a 3rd tank as im re-homing a big male jag this weekend :wink:
that RT is a fish and a half :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
you had him with other fish? :?: (cic/cats/plecs)
lets hope this batch live :wink:
Did you have or do you have any make it? Do you want to sell any? I'll take 5 unsexed.
they are still on the rock and still brown so they are still alive, im thinking that when they are free swimming i should take them out off the tank.
Jags are pretty good parents, Mine stayed with the fry til 9 weeks. After that I noticed the fry numbers was droping. So pulled them to a 55g grow out tank. I'm opening my hatcher to jags and Oscars and a few other large fish this summer. Right no it's just bettas and Apistogrammas. I'd love to have some if you diside to sell or just get rid of, I know there can be in uppwards of 700 fry when they hatch. My last pr drop over 1000 in there frist fry.
from the U.K 2 texas is a long way :wink:
Yea just a little bit out of the way HUH? But you know here in the states finding them is mainly up to the same way. Finding someone either on aquabid or a forum like this one that has a fry to get rid of. LOL On the other hand your signature saying is so ture. LMAO
they live :arrow:
:welldone: going to have a few there, LOL lots of wigglers there.
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