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Beautiful.Keep up the great work.
 

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Update on these discus:

I moved some of them into a display tank and within a month a pair laid eggs on the intake pipe. I moved them into a 33g tank by themselves and within 2 weeks, free swimming fry! Surprisingly, I came home today and parents laid a batch of eggs while raising their first spawn. I thought about moving the fry out but I am hoping they will raise this batch also but i doubt it. Im curious to see how it plays out. In the future if they eat their fry and keep laying eggs ill make adjustments to separate the fry or the parents.

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Wow, that's pretty cool. I really didn't think these guys would lay eggs so soon but you're the second person to report spawning. Guess I have slow starters. :D

EDIT: Oops I got these mixed up with the contest threads. Sorry. :D Congrats anyway.
 

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Well the opposite happened; they ate the eggs! Lol. I can't wait to see those fry of yours, this december, of the blue heckles by breeder Dr. Teo!
 
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