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  1. Update! 9/12/08 Just moved them all to a 150 g tub..
  2. Hey guys! I was out in the pond today and look at what I found Another baby that's a bit older than the fry inside..Isn't he cute?...He's exactly 1inch Debbie! And theres 2 more that size lurking around that I know of..
  3. Got a new pic! They have really grown over the past week.. These aren't the only fry.. The others are along the bottom and out of camera view..
  4. Well, I'm not 100% but I have Oranda/Bubble-eye fry that are 4 months old and some already have bubble sacs growing behind the eye socket.. as far as wens they have those too...I believe it's genetics, diet, and pristine water that all aids in this...
  5. When I get new batteries yes, I'll take more pixs
  6. Update..Babies have been transfered to a 40 gallon tank.. Once they reach 1 inch long I'm going to place them into the Oranda pond that will be divided so they can start eating some algae and enjoying the sun...The Oranda pond is 1500 gallons.. from there they will be placed back into the 20,000 pond when big enough to survive from being eaten by the Koi.. I'm thinking around 3inches or so..Debbie, remember if you ever are in my area your more than welcomed to come and see them! I'm prolly not going to get rid of any this spawn because the pond is so large but next spawn babies will have to be re-homed..As they grow let me know which one you want and I'll save that one for you
  7. I love Glassworms! Yes they can.. you can mince them up some.. They are much softer than bloodworms. My shubby fry are younger than that and eat it with no problem
  8. The secret is space, good water, and proper conditioning of the fish.. not to mention having a male and female in a pond setting spawning occurs more often because of the natural weather pattern.
  9. Aww Thank You! The true blessing is Debbie for allowing me to adopt Dot...Dots fate wasn't looking good if somebody hadn't taken her..
  10. Thank You Debbie! I'm so happy you love them... Your more than welcome to get a baby anytime!.. If your ever around in Florida in my area before you move back you can come by to see them.. I'm going to wait until their about 2 inches before introducing them back into the pond... I have them in pond water now inside so they get the same water they will be back into...The babies are just so fun to watch.. my daughter (not knowing any better) drop a cornflake into their water and they were just as happy as could be nibbling on it I have them on BBS, Daphina, minced blood-worms and veggies... when you stick your fingers in there they all nibble giving little kisses and blowing bubbles ..I will most def. keep you updated and I can't wait to see them as they grow.. by the looks they are going to be calico..hence that mom is calico and dad is pure white... it will be neat to watch their color patterns emerge...She had another spawn that died... this spawn is much healthier and I don't see any that need culling..
  11. Thanks guys.. There are atleast 100 all together.. I have a great LFS that's going to take some and I'm keeping a few.. Maybe one day I can ship Debbie a baby
  12. Hey everybody! It's been awhile... I hope you all are doing great! I wanted to share Dots babies with everyone... Forgive me if I can't log in.. Life is super hectic right now.... Enjoy these photos I will update as they grow..
  13. I have moved the fry outside to a 125g tub. They are enjoying this so much! I've also noticed wen patches on a few fry You can clearly see where the wen will start to grow and thicken. No bubbles yet though...
  14. Thats Pucker! Yup she's over 12 inches now..
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