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Old 01-09-2011, 05:41 PM
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Not brilliant photos, but here are a couple of fish pics!

Photo 1 - Herichthys Carpintis (Pearlscale cichlid)
Photo 2 - Astartheros Nourisatti (Blue Mouth cichlid)
Photo 3 - Pimelodus Ornatus (Ornate Pim catfish)
Photo 4 - Centolucius Hujeta (Hujeta Gar)
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ugh, how do you get such good fish pics?! I find them impossible!

Nice fish, whats the tank like?
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they've come out really well :)
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Especially photo 1, that's gorgeous!
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ugh, how do you get such good fish pics?! I find them impossible!

Nice fish, whats the tank like?
Cheers. I took nearly fifty photos and they're the best I could muster.

The tank is 70 g, so the fish have got plenty of space at the moment.

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Especially photo 1, that's gorgeous!
Thanks. They're one of my absolute favourites and get better with age/size. However, they've got one hell of an attitude!
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Thanks. They're one of my absolute favourites and get better with age/size. However, they've got one hell of an attitude!
That's the best kind
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Great pics , love the green texas and pim cat . Recently stripped down my tanks and now looking to set up a new 1 for electric blue dempseys , just 1 tank this time though , cant cope with all the water changes now .
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Nice pics there

Do you mean Astatheros and not Astartheros ?

If you like the Astatheros group, have you kept these ?


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loving the gar!! I can never get good fish pics, great fish collection, sort of wish I still had some of my more unusual stuff, only got common easy community fish now.
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I also love the gar rob how big is it?
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