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    Quote Originally Posted by ewurm;900819;
    I want to see a Florida "native" tank. Plecos, pbass, cichlids...etc. Wait, I'll just go to the Photo Lounge!
    im setting one up like that hopefully this summer, all caught in my backyard





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    These are the newest pics I have (click for bigger).

    Longear sunfish


    Checkered madtom


    I can't ever get a good pic of the madtom. He sits in his little pot waiting for us to feed him and rarely comes out.
    Missouri native fish enthusiasts - save these links:
    Missouri's complete wildlife code and fishing regulations here.
    MOFWIS - a great online source to search Missouri fish/wildlife species by county, habitat, and other variables.
    MDC contains many wildlife profiles, regulation/permit information, and more.



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    Some more questions about natives...

    After doing somelooking, and because of some good connections, I think I can get hooked up (literally) with some nice, and somewhat uncommon, native fish. I do have some concerns about two species that I can get fairly easily though.

    The redfin pike is everywhere down here in south GA and are good-looking stock. My question is, is it near impossible to get them to take prepared food? I assume if you trap some real small ones it is easier to get them on prepared food than larger ones you catch on hook and line. Will redfin pike take mealworms, crickets, or earthworms?

    My next question concerns the ever present yellow perch. Will these fish do well in a small group and do wild-caught fish take to prepared foods easily?
    13" male trimac
    12" male haitiensis
    12" male dovii
    10" male istlanum
    7" male colored midas
    6" male grammodes



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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpeder;903735;
    Here is a cool pic of my LMB. Quality is not the best but its cool!

    Brings new meaning to the phrase "I'v got a frog in my throat."
    http://www.ar15.com baby!!!


    Believe nothing you hear, and only half of what you see.



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    This is my longear when I first got him. I'm trying to fatten him up but I think he's really pretty (In a strait type of way). Also a shiner that I caught, didn't keep him but I should have. I just let the catfish go into my pond yesterday and replaced him with a yellow cat. I got him at 3 inches and I said once he hit 7 I would let him go. Gave you a little before and after too, sorry ther're not at the same angle The yellow cat looks awsome and is about 3 inches, same deal, Ill try and put up some pictures of her to.
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    Avoidin' all the thick teasers, skeezers, and wierdos



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    hers the yellow cat
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    Avoidin' all the thick teasers, skeezers, and wierdos



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    About a quarter of my tank:


    one of 4 just brilliant colored male Rainbow darters(hangin' with one of his girlfriends):


    another view:


    and..another:



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    some crappy baby green sunfish pics
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    HIYA!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightwing;1176292;
    About a quarter of my tank:


    one of 4 just brilliant colored male Rainbow darters(hangin' with one of his girlfriends):


    another view:


    and..another:

    Those are beautiful darters! I have a couple that I found at a LFS in the feeder tank (they let me have them for free, when I pointed out that they were natives, and I didn't object). They are some of the most interesting natives to observe.
    Native Fish Keeper



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    Post your native pix!!!

    Let's see some natives! Here are some of mine:
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    Fish: 2 green sunfish, 3 warmouth, 1 bantam sunfish, 1 crappie, 2 pirate perch, convict babies, H. formosa, Gambusia holbrooki, 2 brindled madtoms

    Herps: grey treefrog tadpoles, 2.1 normal leopard geckos, 1.1 Tremper albinos het for Aptor and Raptor, 0.0.1 banded raptor, 0.0.1 Tremper albino poss het for Aptor and Raptor
    Soon to get: 0.2 Stenodactylus petrii Looking for a male!!!



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