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Location : london
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Registration date : 2013-08-18

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PostSubject: new member   new member EmptySun Aug 18, 2013 11:32 pm

Hi I'm new here. I have recently bought and settled a group of ten baby BNs with a view to breeding them when they are grown. I already breed rainbows and have bred guppies in the past. I fell in love with BNs when I bought a tiny baby black eyed yellow bristlenose for my main tank. she was only about half an inch when i got her and another little one (who sadly died about a week later) so I kept her in my isolation tank untill she was about two inches. over the past year I have watched her grow and jump around the aquarium, chasing even the biggest fish away from her food, (her fave is blanched cucumber). I love her to bits, but I couldn't find any more like her so she has been on her own for the past year. but she is not shy, every day when I feed the tank she comes out to see if I have a treat for her. and she always makes sure she gets share of any live food that goes in the tank.

Anyway my new babies are 3 albino and 7 brown. I am now wondering if i should keep the albinos separate, or they all be ok together, they are all from different sources and vary in sise from one to three inches. any advise will gratefully received.
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Age : 34
Location : Adelaide, South Australia
Job/hobbies : Aquatic ecologist/genetisist
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Registration date : 2010-05-08

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PostSubject: Re: new member   new member EmptyMon Aug 19, 2013 5:18 am

Welcome Smile

Keep them together, no harm in that at all Smile

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