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After losing 1000+ clownfish juveniles due to a freak accident, seems my luck has changed for the better. Finally I have managed to do what fellow reefer marinebetta has done. Presenting....neon gobies!

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Always something more important than fish.

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After losing 1000+ clownfish juveniles due to a freak accident, seems my luck has changed for the better. Finally I have managed to do what fellow reefer marinebetta has done. Presenting....neon gobies!

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Congrats !!!!You are good !!

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After losing 1000+ clownfish juveniles due to a freak accident, seems my luck has changed for the better. Finally I have managed to do what fellow reefer marinebetta has done. Presenting....neon gobies!

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Hi bro....

Congrats to you......

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Congrats! :groupwavereversed:

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can i reserve 2 of the babies?

Congratz!!! Me want too! But I wait till it grow a bit larger.

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Success with E. Oceanops! Congrats. Time for E. Evelynae, E. Randalli, E. Okinawae or their hybrids.

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No promises on the fishes. I have learnt that many things can go wrong, even if you are just growing them out. If they become available I will announce, but no reservations to cater for unexpected incidents. Who knows? I might just be left with 2 if they decide to kill each other. The saying "do not count your chickens until they hatch" does not apply here. It should be: "do not count your chickens until you actually get to sell them".

Always something more important than fish.

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Sometimes I ask myself whether the work & effort is even worth it for a fish that will sell for $20+. If I had invested the same amount and time in freshwater fish like zebra plecos I would definitely be covering my costs more easily. :rolleyes:

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Sometimes I ask myself whether the work & effort is even worth it for a fish that will sell for $20+. If I had invested the same amount and time in freshwater fish like zebra plecos I would definitely be covering my costs more easily. :rolleyes:

Breed your green banded... It is comfirmed can cover your cost...

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Sometimes I ask myself whether the work & effort is even worth it for a fish that will sell for $20+. If I had invested the same amount and time in freshwater fish like zebra plecos I would definitely be covering my costs more easily. :rolleyes:

You can try both at the same time.... dun take too much space and time :eyebrow:

anyway, I think you can achieve bit more satisfaction in marine fish breeding.

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