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Old 09-28-2017, 04:00 PM
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Smile First spawning - 13 fries - from my WC Moba colony

https://flic.kr/p/YUcaQw

Finally, I got it.

Thanks to this forum that helped me guiding through this journey.
Special thanks to Razzo and NM...and all those who advised me in keeping Gibbs.
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Thank you one and all.
All 13 doing fine in the ZET 80 tumbler.
Looks like this female can hold full term.
Shall try next batch.


However....the apprehension is that I am relocating to a new place just few kms away and the water supply board is also the same.
But don't know how they react to the shift. However I am reaquascaping with the same material and exact same positioning.
Hope they don't take a long time to settle in and breed again.
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Thank you one and all.
All 13 doing fine in the ZET 80 tumbler.
Looks like this female can hold full term.
Shall try next batch.


However....the apprehension is that I am relocating to a new place just few kms away and the water supply board is also the same.
But don't know how they react to the shift. However I am reaquascaping with the same material and exact same positioning.
Hope they don't take a long time to settle in and breed again.
Just make priority #1 taking good care of them through the move and all else will work itself out in due time. You have a beautiful group , enjoy them 😊
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Just make priority #1 taking good care of them through the move and all else will work itself out in due time. You have a beautiful group , enjoy them 😊

Thank you Razzo.
I shall do so.

When could I get these 13 out of the ZET 80 tumbler and in to the Marina Hang on holding and breeding box?
Would the bigger room to swim, right when they have their sacs at 21 days, do any good for them? Or do I wait....if yes till when?
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