Paul V's Big Tank Log

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Re: Paul V's Big Tank Log

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It looks so...empty :rolleyes:

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Yeah and peaceful, I doubt it'll stay that way for long!
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Re: Paul V's Big Tank Log

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Hi Paul

I see you made some big changes, your tank still looks good but somewhat empty.
What is your current stock?
What is your intended stock?

All the best
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Stephen wrote: Sat Oct 03, 2020 9:37 am Hi Paul

I see you made some big changes, your tank still looks good but somewhat empty.
What is your current stock?
What is your intended stock?

All the best
Hello mate,
I have now shipped out 9 Blood parrots, dolphin and yellow lab.

I currently have in the tank :-
3 large (10"+) Parrots
1 polar blue Parrot (juvenile)
1 convict (female)
1 vieja sypsilum (juvenile)
1 Red shoulder severum (juvenile)

In the breeder box I have :-
1 red spot severum (7 days old) was given to me.

Quarantine :-
2 Tiger Oscars (juvenile)
1 green Severum (juvenile)

The convict and blue polar have paired up, the blue polar is tiny and the convict us protecting it.
The vieja and red shoulder aren't being bothered by anyone, they are tentatively swimming in among the plants and wood they are small and not got their colouring yet, we are looking forward to watching them grow.

The Tiger Oscars in quarantine together are maybe 2.5 inches and are getting on very well, they have another 10 days before going in the main tank. I'm hoping as they grow together they will be able to reside together but will watch closely
"You go in the cage, cage goes in the water, you go in the water, Shark's in the water. Our shark." "Farewell and adieu to you, fair Spanish ladies..."

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Surrogate mother Convict and baby Polar
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Vieja sypsilum (redhead)

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Your Polar is going to look amazing as it grows, never seen them before ::thumb::
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Statler and Waldorf are really done well in quarantine
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That tank and driftwood looks fantastic!
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stechappo wrote: Sat Oct 03, 2020 11:45 am Your Polar is going to look amazing as it grows, never seen them before ::thumb::
He is absolutely fear less, only about the size of a 20p piece but already doing this..

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Added the Tiger Oscars today. A little early but I needed them out of Qt tank as the tiny fry had to go in there.
They were eating like pigs and look/acted very healthy in the 12 days they've been in there
They are inseparable, wonder if they're male and female, one is a little smaller than the other
"You go in the cage, cage goes in the water, you go in the water, Shark's in the water. Our shark." "Farewell and adieu to you, fair Spanish ladies..."

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