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    Azul growout tank

    Discussion in 'Cichla (Peacock Bass)' started by Decker504, Mar 31, 2012.

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      Here's a short vid of my 230 cichla grow out project. I have a baby Azul, baby xingu, baby kelberi, baby broko and 2 baby monos w/ geos, plecos, and various catfish.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVyblaQeUfo&feature=youtube_gdata_player

      I soaked frozen brine/bloodworm/mysis mixture w/ bio gold and sinking pellets annd fed right b4 this video. Trying to pellet train them. All take krill so far and broko ate pellets right away, go figure.
      From DJ/MC Decker
       
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      Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
       
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      Great mix of little monsters mate
       
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      Nice vid
       
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      Sweet cichla, esp the azul
       
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      They look good!
       

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