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  1. Smile Wildcaught fish , trinidad

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    I've been busy since i last posted lol

    Pike cichlid ,Crenicichla frenata, caught in a canal near where i live which was cleaned for land development , it's dried up now , i kept this one tho

    Blue acara ,Aequidens pulcher,caught in same location as pike , unusually green almost "electric" coloration if u ask me , caught quite a few all were released

    Gymnotus carapo , banded knifefish caught same place , kept one

    Hoplias malabaricus , wolfish , caught in an agricultural pond in the east of the island , i ate this one .....

    Awaous banana, caught in a mountain stream on the eastern part of the island

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    astyanax fasciatus , made the mistake of placing some in a moderately planted tank
    blue acara from a mountain stream

    cichlasoma bimaculatum, eaten............


    Erythrinus erythrinus , came from silty water others i caught at different locations have the red tipped fins

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    cories !!! corydoras aeneus , i need to get more !

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    DSC03157.jpgmy collection method , a small castnet imo stresses out fish the least and is easier to maneuver in those small pools of water
    Last edited by GuppyAteMyDog; 06-26-2014 at 10:51 PM.

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    Nice to see you round again.

    that is awesome just being able to go out and catch "aquarium" fish in the wild like that.
    how did you ID them?

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    That's amazing !

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    awesome. thanks for sharing the pics. The Acaras look amazing
    55 Gallon: Bluegill
    29 Gallon: Pearl Gourami, Brilliant Rasbora, Bristle Nose
    10 Gallon: Betta, Clown Pleco

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    Good stuff man
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    Those aeneus and that Acara look very good indeed!

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    I'm jealous. You can go to a near-by pond and find a better selection than most LFS here were I live
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
    "Not using a quarantine tank is like playing Russian roulette. Nobody wins the game, some people just get to play longer than others." - Anthony Calfo
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