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A few nice shots of the F0 Blue Labridens from Taninul Springs, Mexico. The largest of these are about 7". Really nice fish. No breeding yet. Fingers crossed.



 

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They look great and I hope you see breeding on the horizon :D
I was wandering the same thing on the 'how many tanks do you have' subject! So?
 

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Desi<3 said:
They look great and I hope you see breeding on the horizon :D
I was wandering the same thing on the 'how many tanks do you have' subject! So?
23 tanks, plus a 1600 gallon pond in the basement...7000 gallons of water.

rift...I don't believe there is anything larger in the small area that they lived.
 

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rift...I don't believe there is anything larger in the small area that they lived.
Awesome specimen. Mo are they threatened or extinct in the wild?
 

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Reiner said:
Aquamojo said:
rift...I don't believe there is anything larger in the small area that they lived.
Awesome specimen. Mo are they threatened or extinct in the wild?
No. However this collection locale was private and isolated. I'm told that this is a particularly nicely colored variant of the blue labridens.
 
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