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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    I added some yellow fish; very rare type.
    Wow where did you get them from.??
    I saw some of them down the local school about a year ago but thought they were a WA native and illegal to collect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmerv View Post
    Wow where did you get them from.??
    I saw some of them down the local school about a year ago but thought they were a WA native and illegal to collect.
    The office staff may have used the 3M pads to breed these guys!

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    I've added the blue cherries. I think these are culls though. Tank is now registering 0 Ammonia and 0 Nitrites. Plant growth is very slow to nil so far.

    20171012_162919_HDR by Reb El, on Flickr

    20171012_162903_HDR by Reb El, on Flickr

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    Is this your only tank at the moment Rebel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benb View Post
    Is this your only tank at the moment Rebel?
    Hiya benb, this tank is still unstable so receives mpre attention.

    My main display is here.
    http://www.aquariumlife.com.au/showt...reams-60x45x45

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    I have had 50% survival rate from the blue cherries. I am doing 10% water changes twice a week at the moment. Temperature is rock solid at 23. I am hoping they survive enough to breed. I would like to have more activity in this tank. If this doesn't work out, then I will consider CRS (temp has to be perfect tho) or Rasbora maculata x10. I am afraid that the Rasboras will just hide behind the rocks etc though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    I have had 50% survival rate from the blue cherries. I am doing 10% water changes twice a week at the moment. Temperature is rock solid at 23. I am hoping they survive enough to breed. I would like to have more activity in this tank. If this doesn't work out, then I will consider CRS (temp has to be perfect tho) or Rasbora maculata x10. I am afraid that the Rasboras will just hide behind the rocks etc though.
    I am surprised the blue cherries aren't more hardy, I thought they would be the same as normal red cherries.

    I've added 10 CRS to my big tank recently, I hardly seem them so I don't know how many have survived, it's definitely a few though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweefu View Post
    I am surprised the blue cherries aren't more hardy, I thought they would be the same as normal red cherries.

    I've added 10 CRS to my big tank recently, I hardly seem them so I don't know how many have survived, it's definitely a few though.
    Your CRS busy hiding & breeding !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweefu View Post
    I am surprised the blue cherries aren't more hardy, I thought they would be the same as normal red cherries.

    I've added 10 CRS to my big tank recently, I hardly seem them so I don't know how many have survived, it's definitely a few though.
    My old Red Cherries bred like mad and popped thousands of babies over time.
    My new Yellow Cherries, havent showed signs of breeding at all, and I think ive lost a couple.

    Odd isnt it, kinda wish I went with reds again now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweefu View Post
    I am surprised the blue cherries aren't more hardy, I thought they would be the same as normal red cherries.
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    Maybe due to more inbreeding? To be fair, it was a freshly cycled tank etc. I managed to keep them alive for 3 days in a bucket tho. I think perhaps there was some ammonia etc in the tank. Likely my fault.

    I've never had an other color cherry survive for more than 8 weeks let alone breed so this is new ground for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luked View Post
    My old Red Cherries bred like mad and popped thousands of babies over time.
    My new Yellow Cherries, havent showed signs of breeding at all, and I think ive lost a couple.

    Odd isnt it, kinda wish I went with reds again now.
    Yes, I have had no issues with the Reds; even when whole tanks were getting wiped out due to my errors.

    I saw this one mucking around the rocks today. Hope it survives.
    2017-10-20_11-02-36 by Reb El, on Flickr

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