I have not posted any photos for some time, so here are some from Sept and Oct 2012:
3 of 5 Clowns in this tank:
Histrionica again ( I really like this loach )
Beauforti Tiger from the top:
Beauforti Tiger from the side:
A young YoYo that died for an unknown reason about a week after this photo was taken:
Dwarf Chain Loach:
Monsters ... ha ha ha
That is it for now ...
Thanks.DainBramage1991 wrote:Great photos!
I really like the stripe pattern on your histrionica, it's a very pretty fish. Quite a bit different from any of my histies.
I like the pattern on this Histionica, especially the tail, much bolder lines than on a YoYo
Sure, I have about 8 dwarf chain loaches, so I think I have more photos, I will take a look tomorrow ...raedeon wrote:Awesome pictures. I'd love to see more of those dwarves.
I tied several times to count them, but they do not sit still
I think I have 9 of them
I got mine from two sources.glenna wrote:REALLY nice, fat chain loaches
I hope to have some one day!
We have such limited availability here, but may get some of these online (when I have some room !!!
One group was very skinny and a few died within a couple of weeks, but the rest went on to thrive
I love that they are usually swimming together in a group
I wish I could get more dwarf chain loaches, have you seen any recently in the GTA ?raedeon wrote:I love those pictures! I can't count mine either. I have no idea if any of mine have died. I *should* have 21.
At the beginning of December, a friend of mine gave me his last Syncrossus berdmorei loach.
It was very skinny, I could barely look at it without shuddering, his others had died over several months.
He had a group of them in with African Cichlids, but I suspect that the cichlids ate the food before it fell
to the bottom of the tank for the loaches
Four weeks later and this loach is filling out quite nicely.
You can see it on the right with the Histrionica on the left:
Some closeups, a bit of a bulge in the stomach area, very active, tough to get a shot:
I think a full recovery is near
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