Jump to content

Lfs Boy


jo oakley
 Share

Recommended Posts

This Little boy is only about 3cm long

he is smaller than my 8 week old fry

he was being picked on being small and male

I thought he wouldn't stand a chance

so home he came

IMG_2660.jpg

he had a bit of fungus when I got him

he seems fine now

sorry about the poor pic

Edited by jo oakley
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Please excuse my ignorance, what is Lfs? The guy is gorgeous and I think the pic is very good. I spent hours trying to photograph my fighting fish and I found it so difficult. I don't think I could get any good pics because they are in a continous movement. Anyway that is a greta find! I hope he will be alright and have a good and long life.

All the best

Link to comment
Share on other sites

LFS - local fish shop/store.

** Can you please use FAST REPLY or ADD REPLY to avoid quoting the post you're replying to? Otherwise people have to download the info twice, which is especially time-consuming when the post you're replying to contains a photo. Thanks :) **.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

No worries :)

It happens to pretty much everyone til it gets explained. There is a thread about "use of quotes". We're hoping to have a remedy for it soon, which we're looking into, but meanwhile we just ask that people avoid the "REPLY button

:D :D

OMG Jo I forgot to say (in satisfying my quote obsession) what an awesome little fish that is. I love him! Usually dragons start with patchy scalation and it fills in, but not all of them get a complete 'coat of armour'. Hopefully he'll develop better overage as he grows but even if he doesn't he's got great conformation!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...

I like him more! LOL!

Sorry Jo, I didn't see your last question about why I thought she'd be monster rather than dragon. If the thick irid didn't extend onto her fins, I'd call dragon. But I am not sure anyone really knows the difference, sometimes...

Link to comment
Share on other sites

 Share

×
×
  • Create New...