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    ya im pretty sure there color comes out pretty quick my lfs has some super small ones and there really blue dunno though all i know is i want some i have 2 baby jacks and the one is super colorfull maybe blue jean? dunno





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    Update-

    New pair getting to know each other, and lookin pretty fine in the process if I may say so myself! What's everyone else think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bktgifridays View Post
    Update-

    New pair getting to know each other, and lookin pretty fine in the process if I may say so myself! What's everyone else think?

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    Very blue! Lol too bad the males face is hidden They look great!



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    Lol here's another shot...

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    I just got 6 EBJD's, (great deal, but hopefully they look that good



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    Well since I haven't updated this thread in awhile due to the lack of SUCCESS! Figured I'd share my minor disaster story instead. Nothing too crazy, my tank I have my secondary EBJDxBGJD pair in sprung a serious leak two nights ago! Spent the later portion of the evening siphoning water and transferring fish into a spare 55g. Picked up a new tank yesterday and got it all straightened out!

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    Glad you saved them. If the other tank is just a silicone leak, You can reseal it.
    Something else in your tank caught my attention. Are the stones I marked limestone?
    If so, It could be screwing up your PH.

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    Yep, gotta be the silicone and definitely will repair! In the process of working on a 110 tall. Couldn't wait though and got a new 40g breeder for $50 on Craigslist list and the guy delivered it to me while I was working! And as for the rocks....didn't think they were limestone but will definitely look more carefully when I get home!

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    Well...to be 110% honest....I have not the slightest clue how to tell if this is limestone or not! Didn't think so and my earth science teacher and my grandfather would probably smack me upside the head but I didn't remember any of that unfortunately. Any help? Got all of my rocks just around the property and guess I never really put any thought into it...

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    It's hard to say from pictures, looks to be lime stone, or sand stone. Either can lower PH. But if your PH is dropping below 6.5, this may be why your JDs won't breed.

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