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Fish in the News from Robert in New Jersey
Hi Tom & Nevin, Here is this week's FITN I did not think I was going to be able to get this out as my internet has been out since Thursday. A new house is being built across the street from me and they had a tree cut down that hid the fiber optic cable what a mess they tried to fix all the breaks that didn't work so they just finished fixing it up to my house will still more to do. My sincere apologies I swear I will email all the people getting plants by 11:00 pm tonight est. Your Friend, Robert In NJ
Robert sent us his comments and all of these links last week, but we did not have time to post them. As always we express our appreciation to for Robert for his contributions to Pet Fish Talk.
Penguin Aquarium BIO-Wheel Filters
Shown above the Penguin 350B with two Bio-Wheels and two filter pads. Nevin just bought Tom four more of these for his new aquariums. He plans to run two of them on his new 125-gallon aquarium. Click here to buy Marineland Penguin Bio-Wheel Filters and the Cartridges for those filters.
Visi-Therm Aquarium Heaters
Shown just above the Visi-Therm 100-watt heater. Nevin also bought four of these for Tom. Click here to buy Marineland Visi-Therm Aquarium Heaters.
Buying Aquarium Equipments and Supplies
Now here's something interesting ... AquariumFish.net is now selling some of the Bailey Brothers' favorite aquarium equipment. Click here to buy Marineland Penguin Bio-Wheel Filters and the Cartridges for those filters. Click here to buy Marineland Visi-Therm Aquarium Heaters.
Above: A Fish Named Big Blue Bob.
Big Blue Bob is a Pseudotropheus Maylandia greshakei, which is an Mbuna Cichlid species. Bob's ancestors lived in the southern end of Lake Malawi in East Africa. But Bob was born on a famous fish farm and now lives in one of Tom's aquariums. The other day Tom looked over at Bob's aquarium. Bob rushed out, looked right at Tom, and struck this pose. Once again Tom couldn't resist pressing the shutter on his camera.
Above: A Mature Serpae Tetra
This snapshot shows one of the ten Serpae Tetras that live in Tom's Angelfish Aquarium. Serpae Tetras are wonderful aquarium fish.
Above: A Fish Named Julius.
Julius lives in tom's Mbuna Aquarium, which contains about 25 Mbunas, whose ancestors lived in Lake Malawi in East Africa, but Julius is not an Mbuna, because his ancestors lived in Lake Victoria about 500 miles north of Lake Malawi.
Above: A Fish Named Tan.
We think Tan is a so-called Red Zebra. Most male Red Zebras are blue, but a few are orange. Tan is different. He was tan, but now he's more yellow with a metallic light blue dorsal fin. He lives in Tom's Mbuna Aquarium, and he is an Mbuna, which is a huge family of Cichlids that naturally live in Lake Malawi in East Africa. If you look closely, you'll see that Tan's left eye is damaged, and he seems to see nothing through that eye. He was that when Tom got him. But it doesn't seem to bother him. He does just about everything the other male Mbunas do.
Babies in Tom's Mbuna Aquarium
Here are five of the baby Mbunas. There are a lot more, hide between the Cichlid Stones. Healthy Mbunas produce lots of babies, especially when the adult fish are fed lots of premium fish food.
Above: A Fish Named Tré.
Yes, two more pictures this week of Tré, and as usual he is looking good and using up a lot of energy to defend his territory and attract females. A little does he know that Nevin has three more females in another aquarium that will soon be in Tré 's aquarium.
Above: Clown Loaches
Tom's got a 55-gallon Angelfish Aquarium, which also contains several other types of fish, including eight Clown Loaches. They love to explore the Ceramic Driftwood Ornaments, as shown in the pictures above. Click here for more about these wonderful ornaments.
Above: A Rainbow Shark
Tom's Angelfish Aquarium also contains two Rainbow sharks, which are sometimes called Red Fin or Red Finned Sharks. These Sharks also love to explore the Ceramic Driftwood Decorations.
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