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  1. Creating a space to show some pics of my Goldies, the adult breeders, juveniles, and fry.
  2. Hello ladies and gentlemen, Its been a minute so I'd like to reintroduced to you some of my butterflies! Picaso, Frida, Pixel, Telly Tell, and Scopes! Thanks for watching! https://youtu.be/hTfRlboEUe8
  3. Today I moved my fish inside after living in the pond all summer. This was their second summer out there and as usual it was very good for them Here is a video of them back in the tank. The fish are Chunk (calico ranchu) Mario (mostly white ranchu) Merlot (bronze butterfly tele) and Jersey (the teeny tiny butterfly)
  4. Hi guys, Here is a video of the trio to go withe the photos i posted! Hope you like them!
  5. Hi guys, I have finally got round to showing you my new babies in their tank. I took delivery of them star about a week ago. I did an unboxing video of 2 of them. I received one of the red and whites (the one with more red and longer fins) a week before that. They seem to be doing well so far. These are the fish i would love to breed when they are old enough. Just for my own enjoyment. Not for suppling. At the moment they are only about 5 months old according to star. The one withe the longer fins and more red on the head is a male as already has breeding stars on his gill plate. I dont no if you can tell in the pics. Im not sure about the other 2. Thanks for looking! http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f204/jesbaxter1/imagejpg1_zpse6e4d9bd.jpg~original http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f204/jesbaxter1/imagejpg2_zpsa28301b5.jpg~original http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f204/jesbaxter1/imagejpg1_zpsfed75eb1.jpg~original
  6. I was stocking up at my LFS on plants, prazi, etc, and saw they had a new shipment of telescopes. Tiny little babies, the smallest fish I've seen for sale other than feeders. Mixed in were some white orandas. I did a double take when I noticed one of the white orandas had telescope eyes. How odd! Oh wait, its not an oranda! It was a white butterfly. I asked the employee to pull it for me for a top view. Symmetrical eyes, upright, even, broad tail. All fins paired, huzzah! He was mine. Well, after I waited a few days to see if I needed him. There was also a red and white beauty there. Almost no telescoping on the eyes yet, but a nice dark red color unlike the others. The tail was upright, not quite as strong, partially merged but still lovely. I took them both home and starting at 7 grams they were just tiny things. Theyre 10 grams each now. No names yet. They're both male. They have the tiniest tubercles and breeding stars. So cute!
  7. I've decided to (re)name my fish after the Titans and (re)introduce them to you one at a time, hopefully on a monthly basis. So, without further ado, here's the first, Hyperion. Meet Hyperion I've had him for about half a year now. He was listed as a panda butterfly moor, but from the beginning, he was more of a tricolor. I'm also a bit iffy on classifying him as a butterfly, but it's close enough Here he was, six months ago Here he is now. I'm pretty happy with his growth and color change. Don't tell anyone, but he might be my absolute favorite at the moment! I apologize that some of the pics aren't very clear. I have the toughest time taking pics of the 55 gallon. Thank you for looking
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