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post #46 of 183 (permalink) Old 03-16-2013, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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Any updates on these little guys?
tank is on autopilot. they are getting atisons daily from a feeder, and my roommates aer gonna give em microworms every other day. i am in peru for the week.
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I love the mustard gas color. I am interested in how your fry will turn out with the dragon scales. I miss my mustard gas HPK (wife named him Wilbur). He was my first fish.
me too, i suspect their bodies will more resemble the mothers.
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Peru!! ..are you getting some cool shots of native fish? :P
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not that part of peru. im in cuzco right now, high up in the andes. not tropical lowland peru.
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back from peru to find the fry healthy, and now looking like miniature bettas rather than tadpoles.


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Markos Mustard Gas Halfmoon Bettas

Woah!!

Growing up fast!


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some more shots of the fish:

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They're looking great!!!
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Re: Markos Mustard Gas Halfmoon Bettas

Those are looking cool. Never seen a baby betta before. Cant wait to see their coloration!!!
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awsome i wish i could breed betta's never had luck with them though
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Some great looking betas! The egg and fry pics... Amazing!
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They're looking great!!!
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Those are looking cool. Never seen a baby betta before. Cant wait to see their coloration!!!
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awsome i wish i could breed betta's never had luck with them though
thanks. they arent all that tough to breed. the only thing easier is livebearers really. the key is to get healthy stock.


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Some great looking betas! The egg and fry pics... Amazing!
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this handsome stud is coloring up:

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Looking good marko! how many have survived?


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25-50.
i can count up to in the 30s. but its very inaccurate, cuz they are moving and there are a lot of plants in the tank, so i miss some, count some twice, etc.
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