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    Default geo. surinamensis

    these are the geo's that I picked up from Anthony at McsPetworld





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    Nice looking fish and tank!

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    Good Get

    After a few weeks, their colours will show lots of pearl shades of red, blue and green.
    There are usually rows of small red dots along the body when they get a bit older.
    How much $ were they ?
    Zenin

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenins View Post
    Good Get

    After a few weeks, their colours will show lots of pearl shades of red, blue and green.
    There are usually rows of small red dots along the body when they get a bit older.
    How much $ were they ?
    12.99ea

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    Is that the 90 gal...? Not sure if it is the white sand or the small geos (for the time being) but it makes the tank look huge.....
    65 tanks running with 1700 gallons of water. Working on breeding South American cichlids and catfish, African cichlids, rare livebearers and various other projects

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    yup certainly is the 90

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunder_chunky View Post
    12.99ea
    Maybe I will have to get some more as well, I have only 4
    but I will have to move some of the severums out of that tank first

    Keep us posted with photos.
    After two weeks, they should be settling in and colouring up nicely.
    Zenin

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    lookin good jordan. when you gettin the tapajos orange head, and what else you puttin in there?
    fish,fish,fish, and fishing
    3-135g 10-20g long
    1-120g 1-10g
    1-90g 1-5g
    2-65g 1-3g
    1-29g 1-2g
    1-20g

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    I have to clear out one of my tanks before I can get the red heads, and so far it is just gonna be them in there

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    Great looking fish Jordan. They will look superb by the fall. Reims 'Red Heads' look wicked right now.

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