- Sep 2, 2016
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You could be on to something there viktor. I think I'll do so in the future.Wonderful and unique fish. The biggest I know of on MFK.
Never mind my request if you don't will it... I don't expect you to change your practice whatsoever but it'd be awful nice if each of your remarkable fishes had its own thread so we get a better sense of how things develop over long period of time or better yet over their whole life.
I am too lazy to comb through your threads to track the progress / life of a given fish. It'd be valuable but too much work unless hard pressed.
You would too make it 100x times easier for anyone doing homework on a type of fish you own.
Moreover, you wouldn't have to repeat yourself in certain things - when you got it, how big it was, what condition it was in, etc.
Again, if you disagree or think I am stepping over the line, please, accept my apologies and pretend this post never happened. I value our good disposition and peace over anything else.
That the pictus, which was 34"-36" (?), grew some too, that's astounding! You have two or three largest fish in their kin category on the board for sure. It makes people like K kendragon and me exceedingly happy.
Yes. I'm not sure on current sizes. The last time I measured the learius last year she was around the 34.5" mark from memory. She's getting much wider now as she matures, almost 5 years old now.