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    tire tread eel+dojo

    Discussion in 'Breeding' started by ssmredman, May 27, 2005.

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      :feedback: it looks like my dojo and my tire tread eel are trying to bread. any info if it will work?
       
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      I highly doubt that could happen, but wouldnt that cool...a do~tread eel/loach..:p
       
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      It wouldn't work. Sometimes fish just do wierd ****. In my "oddball" tank I have a senegal bichir and a ropefish that are always trying to mate. :screwy:
       
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      where do u get there trying to breed
       
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      definitely wont happen. btw how big's your tiretrack?
       
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      my tread eel is about 6 1/2 inches he has stoped growing and is constantly circling my dojo is about 7 1/2 inches he is a gold dojo loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus)they both stay next to eachother and swim in circles around eachother they bury themselfs together.


      sorry no pix digital camera broke fell in the tank trying to take pixs. :22_yikes:
       

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