Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Commerce, Michigan
thanks for the kind words. As far as the discus, in the pics going from left to right you first see White Butterfly. That one as it matures generally gets white markings and only leaves the orange around the edges. Next is a Mandarin Passion. That one gets really deep bright orange like the dorsal fin all over when it is sexually mature. I have 2 of those in there, the other one keeps hiding from the camera! The middle one near the center sword is a Golden. It is very orange all over, with some whiter markings along the forhead and lower fin. The largest fish is actually a Yellow, called Siam Yellow Master. It is orangish due to the fact I feed colorbits. ALot of food will make the yellows show orange. ITs very hard to get an older YELLOW fish to stay clean. I would like to have some besides the orange!!! THe blue fish, a Tiger is a female that lays for me once a month. SHe is in the last picture behind that right side driftwood. Her mate, A Maze Leopard is in the fourth pic, near the left driftwood. THis is where they lay eggs. The smallest blue one is a bluesnakeskin.
Where can I get a black background?? the ones in the lfs seem to bubble on me and fall off. Even if I use vaseline, I have a hard time. Anyone have suggestions???
thanks for the comments on the swords. I cant beleive how much they opend up widthwise now they are out of the pots!!! I just love em all!!
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