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Fish in the News from Robert in New Jersey
Hi Tom & Nevin, Here is this week's bumper crop of FITN. For those who emailed me, I will be contacting you on Friday and hope to ship your plants on Monday, so anyone who would like some Italian vals, cut off time is Friday 9am EST. Your Friend, Robert In NJ
Egg production, egg hatching success and population increase of the tropical paracalanid copepod, Bestiolina similis (Calanoida: Paracalanidae) fed different microalgal diets. https://sciencedirect.com/ ... 23b4d0
Relative growth and sexual maturity of the spider crab, Mithrax tortugae Rathbun, 1920 (Brachyura, Mithracidae) on a continental island off the southeastern Brazilian coast. https://ingentaconnect.com/ ... 00004
Intertidal thalassinidean shrimps (Thalassinidea, Callianassidae and Upogebiidae) of the west coast of Baja California, Mexico: annotated checklist, key for identification, and symbionts. https://ingentaconnect.com/ ... art00003
Tom and Nevin have talked about him many times, but Tré is always worth talking about again. He's a Labeotropheus trewavasae, an Mbuna Species, found only in Lake Malawi in East Africa. He was born on a famous fish farm and now lives in Tom's Mbuna Aquarium, where he has grown to be about 5" long, which is a very nice size for a fish living in an aquarium.
Two New Pictures of Big Blue Bob
Big Blue Bob has been very dark again and moody. He was very light and energetic a few weeks ago. It's very interesting to watch fish carefully over a period of weeks or months and see how their colors and moods change.
Tom's Red Betta Fish
Nevin brought Tom this beautiful Red Male Betta a few weeks ago. It now lives in Tom's Angelfish Aquarium and is doing very well. Some folks spend a lot of time looking for a 100% Red Male Betta. This one has a few black spots and even fewer bright blue highlights. This fish loves to swim into the school of Serpae Tetras, flare his fins, and chase them all away. He thinks he is boss, until the Rainbow Shark, shown below, chases him away!
One of Tom's Rainbow Sharks
This Rainbow Shark loves to swim in and out of all the ceramic aquariums caves in Tom's 55-gallon Angelfish Aquarium.
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