Number of posts : 52
Location : manchester uk
Job/hobbies : fish,fish,and fish.
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Registration date : 2010-02-14
|Subject: L309 BRISTLENOSE. Sun May 08, 2011 6:15 pm|| |
my l309 bred first time but the eggs did not hatch hes a lot smaller then the females so he was not an expert he had taken me a longtime to get him look all over hes about 3 inch the 3 females i have lot bigger anyway the other day he bred again left him alone and this time he done the job only about ten young but hes only a novice so he wil get the hang of it at some point but i wil not take the eggs from him at the moment i wil leave him to it.
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Location : England
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Registration date : 2010-08-04
|Subject: Re: L309 BRISTLENOSE. Sun May 08, 2011 6:43 pm|| |
Congratulations on getting your L309's to breed.
I'm sure I remember reading that their clutch sizes are smallish for a BN so 10 for a novice does not sound to bad.
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Location : Adelaide, South Australia
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|Subject: Re: L309 BRISTLENOSE. Mon May 09, 2011 2:59 am|| |
def a nice looking fish the old 309!
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Registration date : 2010-05-25
|Subject: L309 catfish Mon May 09, 2011 5:54 pm|| |
on my way over for some now... lol
|Subject: Re: L309 BRISTLENOSE. || |