Thread: YAY!! Got my new Parrots!! :D
07-27-2013, 01:24 AM #11
Hahah Madagascar is it bad that that was my first thought!! Add another one to keep the loner company!
I'm going to have to completely rethink my stock plans for my 120g. Was always going to be an Oscar, 1 Red Severum and my Electric Blue Jack Dempsey... Then my boyfriend bought me a damn parrot and now I'm obsessed with the things!!
08-26-2013, 03:33 PM #12Member Molly
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- Aug 2013
Wow! Your parrots look so pretty! I love the picture of your original parrot showing how handsome he is!
Good luck with them and hope the new one heals up quickly for you :)
09-02-2013, 03:22 PM #13
I don't know how I missed this! Congrats on your new parrots. they're adorable. I have 3 also. For a while the 2 larger ones ignored and or bullied the new kid when I brought him home but they have since accepted him and have become a trio. I hope all works out for you! I have a lot of pots and caves which they seem to love to hang out in from time to time. Sometimes I'll find 2 of them crammed together in one pot. Have no idea how they managed to both get inside :o). Very comical fish
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10-14-2013, 03:55 AM #14
An update on this... it seems my "breeding pair" of BPs is actually 2 females, each time they spawn they seem to alternate which one lays the eggs. Very interesting behavior -- fish are crazy.
10-16-2013, 09:50 AM #15
Stunning fish, love to see more!
Enjoy.15 Gallon Tarantula tank - Completed. - 1x Lasiodora parahybana
55 Gallon South-America tank - Neverending. - 10x Nannostomus trifasciatus, 4x Corydoras aeneus, 2x Megalechis thoracata, 2x Acarichthys heckelii
15 Triassic tank - Planning started. - Possibly a healthy group of Triops cancriformis