Thanks @Coradee !Coradee said:Hi Bizaliz, lovely fish & a good idea to watermark your pics as you’ve had pics stolen before.
If I can make a suggestion having dabbled with photoshop & paint shop pro in the past.... removing backgrounds can be quite an easy thing to do so I’d suggest making sure at least part of your watermark goes across the fish, it may deter some people from taking them.
I've got no room to grow out the babies, even a small group of them. And I have already raised a very large spawn of theirs. They are approx. 3 months old now. Many of which are going to the auction this coming Saturday. And I have about 10 or so that I am keeping for a while. @Gabbie has one of the biggest ones from them. The one she chose was a super veil silver ghost. He was probably the biggest in the entire spawn. She made a good choice with that guy!angelcraze said:Wow that's a big cloud in the community tank! No room to grow the babies, or will you grow some out? When I was breeding fish, I'd take a few from the community tank to raise in another tank. The parents don't seem to notice much, well, they get over it fast, they are so occupied with the rest.
Thank you for listening to me ramble about my angels!! haha. I am glad that you find it fascinating! It has taken a lot of time and obsession for me to be able to absorb all the genetic info about them that I have!! And I still have so much more to learn. Its amazing how complicated their genetics can become! When I talk about their genetics on here, I TRY to keep it as easy to follow as possible. But I am sure it gets overwhelming fast.Galathiel said:I've been fascinated listening to you talk about your angels. I just wish I could absorb more of it! If I ever have my largest tank free up, I plan to add an angel to it ... because of your thread. I owned them a hundred years ago, but haven't owned an angel in years (just have nano tanks and a single 46 gallon now).
Haha, that's what happened with my lemon plecos. The local demand has fallen because they are getting more common with all the locals that I sold to breeding and selling them now. There were a ton at the auction last time. I was bummed by that.tfreema said:So exciting! It will be neat to see how your new projects go.
Our local angelfish breeder has recently introduced his new pair which is a smokey pinoy paraiba and chocolate pinoy paraiba. Funny how he is on the same new breeding path as you. He is the one who has had all the beautiful varieties of phillipine blues that my smokies and platinums came from. He has evidently gotten bored with them or sold so many that a lot of others are now breeding them.