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Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquariums & Fish Photos' started by cooltow1, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    You know here in the Tampa Area probably 1/3 of the businesses here have some type of Aquarium in their public area be it a restaurant, doctor office, or The local TV station who has an a large reef aquarium as the back drop on the news set. And they spend big money on these tanks but none of them or almost none, maintain there own tanks. It can be a eye catching beautifully done display or the worst kind of eye sore that will do more to hurt your business that help

    Rick
     
  2. MasterBlue

    MasterBlue Active Member

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    In a couple of years, after me and Courtney are married, and if you are still doing this; I'll know who to pester about getting quality fish for her fish pond =P (She can't understand why regular-old pet stores are outta the question, haha)
     
  3. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    New bloodline from China got here today 7F and 3M
    Video is not very good

    Rick
     
  4. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    wow, they look great. Nice pudgy bodies and gorgeous fan like tails!
     
  5. nossie

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    Wow, those fish are gorgeous! :) The fins and bodies look so strong!

    I wish I could have something similar one day ;)
     
  6. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    I'm really pleased with the way this came out

    rick
     
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    steves_kiki New Member

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    Ok, this question may have been answered already... but are the "green" fish a lionhead variety? The pics are hard to see since the only internet I have is on my cell... (sorry)
    Kin
     
  9. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    It is a Ranchu, That's just a fancy name for a Japanese Lionshead. There are some minor difference in body shape but 99.9% of the people in the world wouldn't be able to tell a Japanese fish from a Chinese fish.

    Rick
     
  10. nossie

    nossie Member

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    I can tell between a Chinese lionhead and a Japanese ranchu! ;D

    Anyways, I would be so happy if I could get some of your fish one day! :'D But I think it's rather impossible to ship any living fish from there, to Finland :'C
     
  11. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    Not impossible but very very expensive.

    Rick
     
  12. nossie

    nossie Member

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    For me, for now "very, very expensive" = impossible :'c
     
  13. Haley Wolter

    Haley Wolter New Member

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    [​IMG]This one is kind of big. Don't you think?