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  1. Nico Hamman

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    Very nice!
     
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    Hendre Polypterus freak Comp Coordinator

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    They look so cool! Best of luck :D
     
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    Awesome!
     
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    Ugly little buggers.
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    Christiaan Duvenage

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    Day 11 Update: Things are still looking good.Zoes getting noticeably bigger.Struggling to take decent pics,they still very small.Did my 1st waterchange today(50%).Got 3 batches in now.Females(another 4 are berried) are producing zoes like they rolling out with a conveyor belt wich is a bit concerning,but on the other hand more chances for experiments.I have 1 problem thou...Im struggling to get algea going in my tank...does anyone have some marine algea to spare:D?
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    exiting times ... will this be the first SA raised ?

    Later Ferdie
     
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    Christiaan Duvenage

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    Haha Ferdi that will look good on the resume. I believe there has been 1 or 2 other guys.Wether it's true or not,that's a story on its own.From what I've seen and read it's not all that hard,the problem lies with food for the zoes.I'm struggling to get some algea going so I have mixed feelings.
     
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    Hendre Polypterus freak Comp Coordinator

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    A few guys have :)

    Try a Gu10 light by the side of the tank, with a long photoperiod

    Works like a charm:15268089160531076722762.jpg
     
  10. Pierré Schoonraad

    Pierré Schoonraad Rainbow Freak

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    Have you tried talling to Shawn at Pet Stop. Maby he can borrow you some algae covered live rock for cleaning?
     
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    Christiaan Duvenage

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    Good idea,I'm just worried about the organisms on the rock catching the zoes.
     

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