Number of posts : 6
Location : Vancouver island
Job/hobbies : full time breeder
Humor : only if its funny
Thank You Points : 1
Registration date : 2010-08-11
|Subject: Zebras in Colony? Thu Aug 12, 2010 11:14 pm|| |
Greetings from Canada. I suppose I am the lastest F nut to sign up so hi yall and I have a Q. I have just finished a 135g river tank for 11 wild L046 Zebs. I am going with large species tanks for all my L#s rather than the typical sterile empty breeding tanks with a few caves. This tank is on a 3 line - 3/4" PVC manifold with 2- Aquaclear 110s. IT has 100lbs of fine gravel, 50lbs. of small river stones, 150lbs of large thin stepping stones and a good 50lbs of driftwood. So as you can imagine they have a few good hideing places. I rareely see them and would not even want to try to catch fry.
My question is - Has anyone ever left L046 fry in a large tank to be raised in colony.
I could trap them and remove them but would love to see a large family group interacting.
Closeing joke for all you yukyuk types. While in hospital for my last Brain surgery (3 now) a funny happened. While the nurse was putting on my braclet id, she burst out laughing. The computer had printed it thus- Mr.^%$%$ room 203; Allergies = Fishnuts. rather than fish and nuts. It was a good chuckle at the time. Now that I typed it out it sort of pails for haveing been there. I think they left me enough marbles to play with? :sunny:
Number of posts : 3128
Age : 30
Location : Adelaide, South Australia
Job/hobbies : Aquatic ecologist/genetisist
Humor : yes please :)
Thank You Points : 198
Registration date : 2010-05-08
|Subject: Re: Zebras in Colony? Thu Aug 12, 2010 11:41 pm|| |
can't really help out with the Zebs tho. Over here in Aus they are a few grand each
and since my last lotto ticket was a dud again i havent had the chance to get any.
welcome to the site, and good luck with the old thinker, never good to hear about tumours
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Number of posts : 973
Age : 45
Location : UK
Job/hobbies : Fitness Consultant, K9 Security
Thank You Points : 52
Registration date : 2010-05-25
|Subject: welcome and good luck Fri Aug 13, 2010 12:26 am|| |
welcome to the site and good luck with the zebra's us in the uk are very lucky to own any...
i myself am unlucky right now..lol
Number of posts : 957
Age : 55
Location : Jervis Bay, NSW, Australia
Job/hobbies : Retired
Humor : What?
Thank You Points : 36
Registration date : 2009-12-14
|Subject: Re: Zebras in Colony? Sat Aug 14, 2010 11:53 am|| |
Hi & Welcome
Great to have you here, would love to see some photos if you ever get the chance...
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