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Post by GS »

Hello everyone.

It's a long time since I looked at this forum and it's great to see so many people now have Zebras which are breeding.

I wrote a report about eight years or so ago which I think used to be on here somewhere about my experiences of my Zebs breeding. I still have the same fish now but I'm guessing that my original 16 adults must be at least 11 or 12 years old now. I just noticed last night that there is another new batch of fry in the tank which is why I looked here today.

Anyway, as I say, it's nice to see so many people and fish doing so well.
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Post by Stevie.K »

Welcome back GS & good luck with your new batch of fry. :)
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Post by jerry58 »


Its nice to know the older generation of zebs have still got it in them!.

Well done on the spawn. 8)

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Post by Joby »

Good to know your zebs are still going and spawning :)
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Post by Jo's Zebs »

Welcome back its great to see you are still very much into your zebs 8)
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Post by TwoTankAmin »

HI GS- welcome back.

I am curious, have you managed to get any F2 (or beyond) fry over the years?
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