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April 2013 - Fish Of The Month Winner

Supraman

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Well I guess I'm out :( I have the post count covered though haha

Curious how do I tell how long I've been an active member is it in my profile?
 
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Member since April 8th... It's in your profile. You are good on June 7th.
 

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Supraman said:
And sorry where are my manors, congrats lovely looking fish!
< face palm >
The word is ' manners ' supra . A Manor is a fancy house.
eaglesaquarium said:
You should enter your snail next time!   :rofl:
 
Lolz. My snail is a land snail so he'd be in POTM. I guess I could put him in my fish tank but I he probably wouldn't thank me for that ;) .
He's definitely going in POTM when I get a good pic. Itll have to wait til next month cos my beetles are in the competition this month :)
 

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congrats lovely fish :)
 

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eaglesaquarium said:
In outer space, not sure about the distributor, but the shipping costs are going to be very high.
How about I pick them up in the UK or get them delivered to my UK collection point?
 
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Well, that would certainly drop the cost significantly!
 

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Lunar Jetman said:
 

Lovely fish. They are Killies?
 
No, they are Peacock Gobies, more correctly called Peacock Gudgeon.
 
 
Cool, lovely looking fish. Any idea where you can get them over here?
 
You can occasionally get them at MA. Other than that, it's scour the LFS and Aquarist Classifieds. I have one LFS that gets them on a regular basis, but when phoning round the LFS, make sure they know they aren't marine.
 

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sorry i'm late :p i didn't see that they announced it. haha i voted for this one! yay! congrats! i almost got some of these a few days ago! :D 
 

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Congratulations!  Pretty colors.  Where do they occur in the wild?
 

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I have a trio of peacock gudgeons and they breed almost monthly yet the male always eats the eggs after they hatch :(
 
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