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pebble, red and tango

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By Sanbaz


pebble, red and tango

all three fishies, enjoying some sunshine



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wonderful photo, clever you

7 Aug, 2010

 

thanx yorkshire but they dont rush from me now so its quite easy to get a snap ;o))

7 Aug, 2010

 

Another great pic, very clear.

7 Aug, 2010

 

cheers Tog ;o))

7 Aug, 2010

 

Great photo of them all, not named these yet.:o))

7 Aug, 2010

 

yes they all get along carol im glad to say, are you going to name them,

7 Aug, 2010

 

Dont know was'nt going to this time after what happened to Flip & Flop. got to attached to them.

7 Aug, 2010

 

know what you mean, i wasnt going to after i lost 3 , but couldnt stand not calling them anything but fishies lol

7 Aug, 2010

 

Thats true i've still got 4 of them. may wait and let some of the little grandchildren name them, i know 2 of them wonted to call the 2 gold ones Flip & flop 2. have to wait and see.

7 Aug, 2010

 

thats nice carol, ;o)

7 Aug, 2010

 

Just answered by own question haha. We had a huge orange one called Jaffa

8 Aug, 2010

 

Lovely shot...loving the names :-)

8 Aug, 2010

 

missed your lovely fishies...sorry..they are beautiful marked

10 Aug, 2010

 

lol mushy , like that name to ;o))
cheers jem ;o))
thanx deida, dont be sorry im having probs keeping up this week with being off and out and about, so i will say sorry now lol

10 Aug, 2010

 

LOL... you have three fishes too! I have three large guys...this is the first season in three years that they have produced progeny. Your fishes are like mine...they are a type of carp..I don't care too much for the bulgy eyes and weird body shapes...I prefer the types that look like fish, not aliens! They will spawn probably next spring when the water in your pond starts to warm again. They like a shallow area or a plant pot with gravel to spawn in. You will see them "chase" one another...sorting out who is who...
If you don't have a shallow stoney area in your pond...you can add a plant pot with stones in it.. Mine spawn in the nymphaea gravel!

14 Sep, 2010

 

lol thanx lori, im hoping i have a male and female, the orange one does chase the other two so maybe thats the male,i have baskets with gravel in, but they have plants in to, so maybe i should just fill one with gravel,the orange one is also the largest now, will let you know if anything happens next year ;o))

14 Sep, 2010

 

:-))!

15 Sep, 2010



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