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Important Fish ID


Best Answer T.C. , September 14 2017 - 11:29 AM

Got it! (y)

 

Umbra limi

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#21 Offline T.C. - Posted January 18 2018 - 10:55 PM

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Blue gill eating a spider I found in the house....

 

 

Very cool. How large is that tank? She seems huge in there.

 

Your right, it's only a ten gallon, however I had moved it too a larger tank. See, I was on vacation when my brother put that fish in there, and he put it in the smaller one because he was hoping it would eat a bunch of my smaller fish. Yeah, he's that type of guy. He only likes creatures when they will eat each other.

 

 

Why does anyone even bother with you around?!? Only gave us 22 minutes when clearly I need 23 to come up with something better than Fishy McFisherFace. 

 

This reminds me of Formiculture's first year. The only poster was pretty much Drew. He'd post an ID thread. It would be like me and maybe two or three other people who read it, but never replied. And then a few days later Drew would ID his own thread. And that was that. 

 

After, you live in this state for so long, you just kinda learn what everything is... I mean, I haven't been living here as long as you've been alive or nothing nurbs. I'm not to that cane needing point like you, but yeah! It's been a long time!


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#22 Offline noebl1 - Posted January 19 2018 - 4:47 AM

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Any non-dark shots?  Bluegills have some great colors on them.

 

I remember in HS a buddy lived on a farm (his Dad was a developer for Commodore or Atari, retired young and became an organic farmer).  They had this reasonably sized farm pond that they had stocked with bass and bluegills *years* earlier, and no one ever fished it.  I still remember catching bluegills the size of dinner plates, and some really big bass.  :D  They asked us to keep the bluegills to eat (normally pretty boney), but at that size it was no problem.


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#23 Offline dspdrew - Posted January 19 2018 - 6:15 AM

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Why does anyone even bother with you around?!? Only gave us 22 minutes when clearly I need 23 to come up with something better than Fishy McFisherFace. 

 

This reminds me of Formiculture's first year. The only poster was pretty much Drew. He'd post an ID thread. It would be like me and maybe two or three other people who read it, but never replied. And then a few days later Drew would ID his own thread. And that was that. 

 

 

:lol:  I was actually copying all my ID threads from antdude's forum. They made great content, and I think it's what attracted so many members from Southern California.



#24 Offline CNewton - Posted January 19 2018 - 9:01 AM

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These are really nice looking, healthy fish. People really don't appreciate natives very much at all. In North America, we have an abundance of native killifish. People would usually pass them up for the more colorful Asian and African fish. Florida has the Blue-fin killi, Lucania goodie, which is one of my favorites. Good luck with these! Nice setup, by the way.


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