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Old 24th January 2006   #1
caitlyn
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These are the axies i've rescued in the previous month (with the exeption of the gold one - he is just in quarantine), and their tank Click the image to open in full size. The closeups are them in a container since i put them in the fridge, cause there is no way to cool the tank.

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Old 25th January 2006   #2
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That's a very very light yellow wildtype, very cool. Looks a little skinny, but I have faith.



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Old 25th January 2006   #3
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very nice axies! Is that orangey kind of gills i see on the light wildtype that Joan was talking about???
If so - thats awesome!!! Beautiful colours!



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Old 25th January 2006   #4
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wow, that yellow w/t is cool!



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Old 25th January 2006   #5
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yes his gills are sort of a peach colour, but during feeding time they go bright orangeish pink, its quite original Click the image to open in full size. He used to have a red eye but that has dissapeared since i got him from the pet shop - no idea why. Eye infection maybe?



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Old 25th January 2006   #6
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probably not, i was just reading about some oscars who were bought with red eyes and they turned black later... might be the same thing?



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Old 25th January 2006   #7
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more axies rescued yey.



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Old 7th February 2006   #8
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jenny your picture looks like the one in quarantine



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Old 7th February 2006   #9
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That's a golden albino, the one in quarantine is a very light coloured wild type. See the black eyes compared to the pink ones? The yellow axie in quarantine is actually mine now (bought it from her)



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Old 7th February 2006   #10
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I wish I could find that log here in the states, beautiful tank! Yellow wild type is very unique Click the image to open in full size.



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