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I decided to fix up a tank for some of my larger orange fin fry (more than just a bare bottom tank). They have been looking really good so I thought I'd see how they would look in a decorated tank. They are so used to a bare bottom tank that they haven't started relating to the new structure yet. I figured the structure might help keep them near the front of the tank and keep them still long enough to get some decent pictures of them. In any event, I am very happy with their development. Many seem to have inherited the sparkles that their father has (which I really like). Here's a few pics from today (tank was just decorated earlier so it may be a little cloudy).

This group of F1 orange fin fry range from, approx. 1.00" to about 1.50"











 

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Here's the dad with sparkles (dominant male)


Here's what I believe to be the mom of the larger fry
She's the one to the right with the dorsal fin errect warning off the sub dominant male
 

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Thanks guys :)

Here's a few more pics of the orange fin comps (for those of you who are picture crazy like me)

F1 Altolamprologus compressiceps Chaitika orange fin fry








 
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