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  3. man that is going to look sweet as
  4. Great Job! Agree trigger ... my discus love the anubias n my massived moss arch .
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  6. Here is my beautiful beagle Benji ... he is certainly a personality and a half. Loves to be right beside me with every move, sniffs everything until there is no scent left, and loves to have huge cuddles. Love him to death and would be lost without seeing his smiling face and white tipped tail waggin crazy everyday we walk and when I get home.
  7. The other night i reported two of my discus spawned for the first time and ate their eggs the next day. So tonight one of the discus that bred the other night teamed up with a totally different diacus n there is a stak more eggs this time on the surface of a flat river rock. Plenty of practice here :-). And to top if off danny (dirty07) is moping round the house wearin his mega grumpy pamts mmourning the death of our stud tangerine peacock named tanga the ranga. RIP tanga :-(
  8. And they ate their eggs...tasty lil Wednesday breakfast .... next ime lol
  9. Yes I know I need to be patient ... just hope at least these two are a male and female that would be a good start LOL. A friend had a pair of his discus spawn 30 odd times before he got some fry successfully. Good thing they are soooooooooooooo pretty :-) or I might not be so patient hehe.
  10. Sorry Mr Sharkboy .... put this post in the wrong section coz I'm a blonde. Nothin is for sale, just announcing I'm a proud mama.
  11. Had my first pair of discus spawn in my 6x2x2 planted tank last night on the filter pipe. ma n pa are fiercely looking after their eggs. Looks likre 100 + eggs. Time will tell how this one works out :-)
  12. Generally if you have a decent layer of substrate the driftwood will hold nicely in the substrate. Decent river rocks or lava rock etc can also be used to help anchor driftwood, however generally once the driftwood is soaked underwater and is water weighted it shouldn't float.
  13. Dwarf Goo Goo's are the way to go ... honey's are the prettiest
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