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Gulf Coast Pygmy Sunfish/Brown Darter

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by jetajockey, Mar 15, 2012.

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    Took some pics for an aquabid auction today and some turned out pretty good so I thought I'd share.


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    E.Gilberti Male
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    Young male/sub colors
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    Adult male going dark
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    Same fish in a brighter light, dim lighting/background/tannin water seems to make them stay dark.
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    Adult female with a belly full of bloodworms.
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    few more
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    Gorgeous little fish Dave.

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    Thanks Wes, the pics are tinged a bit yellow because I've been adding tannins to see if it helps them get more comfortable. I have always kept them in regular soft tap water, so we'll see, they come from some nearly pitch black water sometimes.
     
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    nice looking fish! Great colors!
     
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    Very cool! Wish I had a few.
     
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    Great looking natives! I wish they were easier to find.
     
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    Maybe one day, if enough people start breeding them in aquaria they'll probably be common fare in the next decade. They spawn readily so it shouldn't be much of an effort.
     
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    Nice shots love the blue.
     
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    Really pretty colors.
     
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    Fish look great, I'm thinking of turning my 100 native. I'm going to have to get some seining supplies.


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