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PostSubject: hello from Ireland   hello from Ireland EmptyWed Apr 14, 2010 2:14 am

Sorry i am new here and just found the site, i love the bn's as they are really great fish to keep.
I have bred the white tipped bn's but could not get my hand on any other varietys till last week..
So i have some pics for id, the fish i bought were really small, i am in the market for some fish...
Would appreciate pms.
Regards,
Denis


Here are the fish..
They are tiny so the pics are a little blureed sorry but the best i could get, they move really quickly.

First one was sold as an albino???

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sold as a lemom L-144
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This one lemon L-144

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This one common bn long fin
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These three are calico..i think
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They seem happy
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Have them in with the shrimp, so they get lots of food as there is nothing
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PostSubject: Re: hello from Ireland   hello from Ireland EmptyWed Apr 14, 2010 10:13 am

hi and welcome to the forum
pic 1 is a l144
the others are albino and calico
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PostSubject: Re: hello from Ireland   hello from Ireland EmptyWed Apr 14, 2010 6:00 pm

Welcome aboard mate... cheers

And i agree with deano... Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: hello from Ireland   hello from Ireland EmptyWed Apr 14, 2010 8:54 pm

High and welcome to the forum Esoxluciouss cheers
deano's got it right with the I.D's for your fish , so did the shop where you brought them ,
I think you just got the pix around the wrong way Laughing
Happy browsing and posting.
cheers J
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PostSubject: ANYONE ELSE FROM IRELAND   hello from Ireland EmptyTue Apr 20, 2010 4:54 am

Thanks guys is there anyone else from Ireland on here, as i am looking to breed other bristlenose types and plecs,
Nothing too hard for a beginner like me.
What in ur opinion would be the next step.on the sort of fish to try.
I have bred lots of cichlids, from the beloved convicts ( gorgeous full of character) to angels, all livebearers, and the common brown bn..
I love the bns so much i have devoted all my tanks but one to them.
So guys i would love to hear what u think i should do.
Regards,
Denis
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PostSubject: Re: hello from Ireland   hello from Ireland EmptyTue Apr 20, 2010 8:10 pm

hello and welcome
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PostSubject: hi   hello from Ireland EmptyWed Apr 21, 2010 4:31 am

Thanks Jagtazman.
Glad to be here.
If there is no-one on here from Ireland, what about you guys in Sctland, England and wales.
I am looking for some stock,,,,anyone willing to ship or give me advice, i would be glad to hear from u.
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Denis
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PostSubject: Re: hello from Ireland   hello from Ireland EmptyFri May 07, 2010 8:01 am

Hi & Welcome to the forum Denis Very Happy
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PostSubject: Ireland   hello from Ireland EmptySat May 08, 2010 8:50 pm

Hi Denis,
What part if Ireland are you.
I know of a really good fish shop in Cork.
Its in the centre of the cit.y.
I'm sure theres some pretty good shops in Dublin too,
If you search uing google I'm sure you'll find what your after.
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PostSubject: looking for Irish breeders   hello from Ireland EmptySun Jul 11, 2010 3:28 pm

Hi.
It is hard to get the fish u are after of the right size.
When u do come across them they are way over priced, but it is rare to see them at all.
I am looking for more L144's , L180, L182 AND VARIOUS OTHERS. nO WHERE TO BE SEEN AT THE MOMENT..
Its a shame, i want to breed a lot of different kinds of bn's, looking to have a dozen or so bn species tanks only, with various shrimp in them of course.. with 3 5fts as grow out tanks.... 4 3fts a 4ft and a 5ft so far..
Who knows what santa will bring lol.
Regards.
Denis
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