Rainbow Fish Photos | Page 3

Discussion in 'Rainbowfish' started by Mike, Jun 3, 2007.

  1. RobM

    RobMValued MemberMember

    Rhadinocentrus ornatus "Searys creek"

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  2. RobM

    RobMValued MemberMember

    Melanotaenia sexlineata

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  3. RainbowJeff

    RainbowJeffValued MemberMember

    Young M. boesemani:
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  4. RainbowJeff

    RainbowJeffValued MemberMember

    M. praecox:
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  5. RainbowJeff

    RainbowJeffValued MemberMember

    M. kamaka (young):
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  6. DarkOne

    DarkOneFishlore VIPMember

    Melanotaenia Trifasciata pair in QT
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  7. iIHaveFishQuestions

    iIHaveFishQuestionsValued MemberMember

  8. emeraldking

    emeraldkingWell Known MemberMember

    Some snapshots...
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  9. LeahsTank

    LeahsTankValued MemberMember

  10. Momgoose56

    Momgoose56Well Known MemberMember

    Melanotania Rubrivittata
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  11. LeahsTank

    LeahsTankValued MemberMember

    Beautiful! I want a baker’s dozen!
     
  12. Momgoose56

    Momgoose56Well Known MemberMember

    They are getting more colorful every day!
     
  13. LeahsTank

    LeahsTankValued MemberMember

    Where did you get them?
     
  14. DarkOne

    DarkOneFishlore VIPMember

    My trifasciatas went from QT to a 20g long breeding tank.
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    Some fry.
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  15. Momgoose56

    Momgoose56Well Known MemberMember

    I got them from local (Tucson, AZ) African cichlid breeder. His website:
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  16. Momgoose56

    Momgoose56Well Known MemberMember

    Gorgeous fish! Excellent pictures! It's hard to get them to hold still to get a decent shot!
     
  17. Momgoose56

    Momgoose56Well Known MemberMember

    He ships Cichlids all over N. America.
     
  18. LeahsTank

    LeahsTankValued MemberMember

    Hmmmm... and I see he will have some available soon.
     
  19. DarkOne

    DarkOneFishlore VIPMember

    I was thinking about gettng a new dslr (had a D5100) and while it was great for outdoors, it wasn't very good for indoor or for fish. I upgraded to a D7500 and a new 16-80mm lens but the 35mm lens works better for fish.

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    Not sharp but the 3 species of rainbows I have.
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    A few of the praecox I bred.
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