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    Sounds like internal bacterial infection.

    Sounds like internal bacterial infection.
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    Thanks for posting. It is always a treat for me...

    Thanks for posting. It is always a treat for me to see photos of their natural habitat. :)
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    TDC, Thanks for the info but thats ok. Af,...

    TDC,
    Thanks for the info but thats ok.

    Af,
    Did you managed to collect any ? Any shots of the field trip ?
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    I suggest 3/4 inch.

    I suggest 3/4 inch.
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    Amazon Leaf Fish

    One of my all time favorite close-up shot.

    Highly predatory fish in the Amazon : Monocirrhus polyacanthus.
    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zpostSAleaffish_zps7d108e86.jpg
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    Thanks, guys. Glad that you guys enjoy the photo....

    Thanks, guys. Glad that you guys enjoy the photo. :)
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    My Predatory Arowana KnifeFish

    My new pick up. :ssmile:

    Papyrocranus afer
    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zpostIMG_8560_zpsc6f1584c.jpg
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    Nice. I agree that more free space should be...

    Nice. I agree that more free space should be allocated in front of the animal. :)
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    That is not a fix rule. That 15-20% free space...

    That is not a fix rule. That 15-20% free space comment is pretty much targeted on that shot posted by TS.
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    To me, the lower pix is a better shot. Macro...

    To me, the lower pix is a better shot.

    Macro close-up shot is another ball game all together. :)
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    Compare the following shots. ...

    Compare the following shots.

    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zpostIMG_1515copyv2_zps439d5990.jpg

    VS

    Shot with more "free" space surrounding the subject....
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    Subject out of focus. Composition will be...

    Subject out of focus.

    Composition will be better to include the entire tail of the subject.

    Croping too tight. Looks better to leave abt 15-20% of "free" space around the subject.
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    Thanks, guys. Glad that those images stirred...

    Thanks, guys.

    Glad that those images stirred some interest in some of you. :)
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    My Jurassic Tadpole Shrimp

    Triops longicaudatus - This thing has SUPER growth rate. It grew fm a tiny grain size to one inch in just 11days ! :ssuprised:
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  15. Thanks, guys. :)

    Thanks, guys. :)
  16. Oscar cichlid, Astronotus ocellatus - The gentle giant !!

    Common fish but they are really pretty.

    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/oscarzpostIMG_9227copy.jpg
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    Without the info such as Lens spec, F stop and...

    Without the info such as Lens spec, F stop and shuttle speed, I assume that the "soft" subject is probably due to off focusing.

    Do look out for the minimum focal distance of your lens.
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    Thanks, guys. Since this fish max around 6 to...

    Thanks, guys.

    Since this fish max around 6 to 8in, I guess you will need a 4ft by 1.5ft tank for a pair in long run.
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    Cichlasoma octofasciatum aka Jack Dempsey

    My first JD.:ssmile:

    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zpostIMG_7572copy.jpg
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    Love the first betta shot.

    Love the first betta shot.
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    Enantiopus sp. "Kilesa"...

    Enantiopus sp. "Kilesa"
    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zIMG_7976copynew.jpg

    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zIMG_7991copynew.jpg
    ...
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    LOL !! Some older shots. ...

    LOL !!

    Some older shots.

    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zzpostIMG_4830copyac.jpg

    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zchkIMG_4845copyac.jpg
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    Thanks, Rich. Neolamprologus brevis....

    Thanks, Rich.

    Neolamprologus brevis.
    http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c134/amiidae/zpostIMG_9810copy.jpg
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    Thanks. ya, we got quite a lot of aro breeding...

    Thanks. ya, we got quite a lot of aro breeding farms around us but I don't own any.

    If it is my avatar that triggered you asking, well, that is because I took photos of my friend's aro sometime.
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    Thanks, guys. I call it the ULTIMATE oddball...

    Thanks, guys. I call it the ULTIMATE oddball fish. :)

    Google search "Taenioides cirratus" if you want to find out more on this species.
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