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Little angels and SAE's

Postby dgaddis1 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:46 am

My dad brought his nice camera over when they visited for Christmas and he got a few shots of the tank. This pics aren't great, my sister put them on facebook, I downloaded them to my iPhone, then transfered them to photobucket, so the quality has been knocked down a few times. Still not bad though.

Marble angel. His tail had a tear in it, but hopefully it'll heal up quick.

Silver angel. It's amazing how fast his coloration changes with his mood.

All three of the angels.

Two of the five SAE's doing their thing. I swear, this fish never sit still! Even when they were just out of the bag into the tank they immediately went to work pecking around on everything. (Striped Raphael catfish is in the background)
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Postby TrashmanNYC » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:10 pm

Nice. Any full shots of the tank? What size is the tank?
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Postby Husnain » Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:12 am

Setup seems nice, full tank pic?
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Postby dgaddis1 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:19 am

I've had the angels and four of the SAEs for about a week and a half now, and they're in a 20G. They're little, bodies about the size of a nickel or quarter. Before I added them the tank held a single SAE and the catfish for over a year.

In the next week or so everything will get moved to a 75G, and I'll add a few additional fish. Info on that tank (and the DIY stand) in this thread HERE.

Here's the 20G. The big piece of driftwood on the right is out of the tank, it was leeching tannins, so it's back into a cooler soaking in hot water for a few more days. The pic was taken before the angels and 4 SAEs were added, that's why it looks so empty.

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