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  • haha. I saw an electric blue one of these attacking a juvie convict at a LFS I frequent...dangerous little guys. He wasn't successful but its easy to see how they could really turn a community tank upside down. Nice shot. Tmercier83 avatar Tmercier83

    2008-09-19 15:22:07

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Ambushinprogress! Two angelfish Pterophyllum scalare one of which is obviously gunning for Alpha
Photo Caption: Ambush-in-progress! Two angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare), one of which is obviously gunning for Alpha.
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Photo Caption: My 55-gallon that serves as a room-divider (thus why random lights and things are visible behind it), containing angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare), pristella tetras (Pristella maxillaris), and serpae tetras (Hyphessobrycon eques).
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Photo Caption: Two angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare). Unfortunately, the stripey leopard one in the foreground got freaked out one day and jumped out of the tank. He somehow made it through a hole that I never thought an angelfish could aim for, let alone fit through. RIP.
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Photo Caption: Three pristella tetras (Pristella maxillaris) staying moderately still at the same time!
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Photo Caption: Proud daddy angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare) and his newborn fry. Not pictured: Mom, who is chasing away tetras and camera lenses.
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Dad silver and Mom smokey giving my camera lens the Evil Eye for zooming in on their fry Pterophyllum scalare pair Cerberus and Mocha
Photo Caption: Dad (silver) and Mom (smokey), giving my camera lens the Evil Eye for zooming in on their fry. Pterophyllum scalare pair, Cerberus and Mocha.
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My smokey angelfish Mocha Pterophyllum scalare tending to her fry
Photo Caption: My smokey angelfish Mocha (Pterophyllum scalare), tending to her fry.
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A ghost shrimp holding eggs that look about ready to pop
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Truly the ghost shrimp is king of all he surveys
Photo Caption: Truly, the ghost shrimp is king of all he surveys...
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Photo Caption: This opaline gourami has a death wish. (Note: this is my quarantine tank, thus the strange combination of tank-mates. The crawfish is new and the gourami just doesn't have a permanent home yet, since he's so mean to everyone I've tried to put him with.)
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Mocha foreground and Cerberus background with tiny angelfish fry Pterophyllum scalare
Photo Caption: Mocha (foreground) and Cerberus (background) with tiny angelfish fry. (Pterophyllum scalare)
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My grizzled angelfish Cerberus showing off his full color
Photo Caption: My grizzled angelfish, Cerberus, showing off his full color.
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Male pearl gourami
Photo Caption: Male pearl gourami.
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Pucker up! Opaline gourami kisses!
Photo Caption: Pucker up! Opaline gourami kisses!
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My new discus  blue diamond and a blue snakeskin
Photo Caption: My new discus - blue diamond and a blue snakeskin.
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Blue diamond and blue snakeskin discus
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Blue diamond discus
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Blue diamond and blue snakeskin discus
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My black female angelfish laying eggs with a closeup on the breeding tube The wildtype male is waiting to swoop in for another fertilizing run
Photo Caption: My black female angelfish laying eggs, with a closeup on the breeding tube. The wild-type male is waiting to swoop in for another fertilizing run.
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