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Old 06-05-2009
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Hi,

A new colony have arrived - 18 moorii red rainbow "kasanga"! They came from Airfish and all are SW (Small Wild).

Here are some pics...















Check the size compared with a adult female red moliro.



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Some more pics now that more than 2 hours have passed since they are here...









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Diogo

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As always I'm in awe. Very nice, fish, and equally nice pics.
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Very nice looking RR's. Call me paranoid but I always keep the lights off for 24 hours and withhold food while new fish are getting used to their new surroundings and settling in.
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Whoa... What a difference of two hours can make...

The fish are beautiful and tho seemingly a bit worn out, still in great shape.

Some look more redder than others and a few others look kinda purple... Is that some others that were in the group but are not Red Rainbows?

I have seen Brian (russ) adults (not the wild caught) and they do not seem as intensly colored.. Just curious.

Bill
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(billansor @ Jun 6 2009, 12:30 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Whoa... What a difference of two hours can make...

The fish are beautiful and tho seemingly a bit worn out, still in great shape.

Some look more redder than others and a few others look kinda purple... Is that some others that were in the group but are not Red Rainbows?

I have seen Brian (russ) adults (not the wild caught) and they do not seem as intensly colored.. Just curious.

Bill[/b]
gee,thanks bill! :unsure:
could it be mine are with killer petros,huh?
mine are all wc except the fry like you got!
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(billansor @ Jun 6 2009, 12:30 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Whoa... What a difference of two hours can make...

The fish are beautiful and tho seemingly a bit worn out, still in great shape.

Some look more redder than others and a few others look kinda purple... Is that some others that were in the group but are not Red Rainbows?

I have seen Brian (russ) adults (not the wild caught) and they do not seem as intensly colored.. Just curious.

Bill[/b]

VERY cool fish. You have the camera dialed. What are the other seven fish in the Bucket?
Thanks for sharing the pics.
Holwachagot
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Speaking of which Brian... when are you going to have some fry from the wildcaught for me to pick up??? :huh:

snif snif..

Bill

PS them babies are doing great!!
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wonderfuly beautiful congrats
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nice contrast between groups,fish look good,shoulda kept the ones i had lol,keep us posted
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