04-09-2013, 07:18 AM #21
Just thought I would comment $8.00 for Sterbai!! Only in my dreams they are $16 and upwards here in Australia6ft Australian Fresh water turtle tank - 2 macleay river turtles, numerous guppy at varying stages of development.
5ft 150gal planted discus tank - 8 discus, 10 cardinal tetras, 10 rummnose, 6 albino cories, and breeding RCS in tank sump and just about everywhere everything done from scratch, filtration and stand tank
04-09-2013, 08:16 AM #22
04-10-2013, 01:33 AM #23
Got 7 amazing looking ones for $56 they must be tank bred they look healthy all their fins are good their still in the tank with the lights off for today.
04-10-2013, 07:42 PM #24
A video of some great looking Lemon tetra's:
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04-12-2013, 02:10 AM #25
My lemon tetras laid eggs!!! I thought they might be breeding so I watched a video of it and that's exactly the behavior I saw a few times. I found small little eggs scattered around the tank. I doubt they will hatch since I have my sterba corys in there but it's pretty cool nonetheless.
I was looking at them thinking maybe they were snail eggs or something but MTS are livebearers. the eggs are just randomly scattered in the tank the few left that I didn't suck out or have been eaten I have maybe 6 left; I didn't know what they were at first and def. sucked a bunch out not thinking.
I wonder what the odds of them hatching are.
04-12-2013, 02:30 AM #26
I should also mention my silver dollars from my old 75g would do something similar especially after water changes it seemed like. Though none of the eggs lasted long with all the predatory fish I had in there.