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Teewah ck Rhads - first fry of the season

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I just got my first Teewah ( not sure of Spelling ) ck Rhad fry of the season , only 12 but it is a start .

I lost nearly all of my fish a year or so ago but it looks like everything is going ok again  .

Cloudiness in pics is NLS fry powder as I did not have a Microworm culture up and ready producing enough for the fry .

newly hatched , here is a pic !

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17 hours ago, rainbowrunner said:

Still cant get used to this format,

I "like" this post lol cant find the like button 

 

Bottom right corner above the Quote button. At least that's where it is for me.

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On 01/09/2016 at 11:08 AM, pony-tail said:

How are your fish going ?

Good mate, only have a couple of ponds of honeys and a community pond atm with all different stuff, renovating and moving this year or early next so scaling down, will end up keeping only honeys until Im settled and start again, good excuse to go collecting then

 

On 01/09/2016 at 5:32 PM, PeterH said:

 

Bottom right corner above the Quote button. At least that's where it is for me.

nothing there for me except  a box telling me how many like it

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1 hour ago, BristlenoseGirl said:

@rainbowrunner your liking issue can be fixed by @gingerbeer :D 

 

and @pony-tail theyre soooo little and cute! How are they doing now? I googled Rhads and they look like an awesome fish! Do you think a Sleepy cod would eat them? :( 

Sleepy cod would do their best to eat them - they are not as fast as Melanotaenia sp.

Would be pretty close to their natural food

Oh and baby rhads doing ok growing slowly .

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