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ehall67 replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

Have not seen this thread in a while!! Just want to say WOW this thread has so great growth on here !!! looks like all the crap we say works a little lmao

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Nina_W replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

bump!
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otmmy replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

Ehall sugested I post in here. So here is mugsy when i got him July 2012 at 3in.

And Here is is today Feb 20 2013at 7.5in
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ehall67 replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

Wonderful! that is a a great growth shot! glad you brought it here! look how much orange grew on him

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otmmy replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

up he was got a nice bit of orange around his fin to but cant really see it. Im not all that happy with this pic but he was not very cooperative lol.
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DRACO replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

otmmy wrote: And Here is is today Feb 20 2013at 7.5in

nice shot.... but you had plenty of white worms huh! not to worry
but you may want to dose your tank with rock salt to get rid of them..
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Phantom replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

I don't have a picture of when I first got him but here is a photo of my oscar after having him for a month. He was 2 inches when I got him and he's about 3-3.5 inches here.

Here he is at 10 months and 10.25 inches.
I've always wondered if its at all possible for an oscar to have partial long fin DNA and not be a long fin. All his fins are normal size but his pelvic fins are so long he reminds me of a gouramni at times. Even has tendrils on the end of them :laugh:
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otmmy replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

I dont think he had white worms.
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Phantom wrote: I don't have a picture of when I first got him but here is a photo of my oscar after having him for a month. He was 2 inches when I got him and he's about 3-3.5 inches here.



Here he is at 10 months and 10.25 inches.
I've always wondered if its at all possible for an oscar to have partial long fin DNA and not be a long fin. All his fins are normal size but his pelvic fins are so long he reminds me of a gouramni at times. Even has tendrils on the end of them :laugh:


Still the prettiest Oscar I've ever seen
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otmmy replied the topic: Your oscar - then and now!

sdraiders619 wrote:

Phantom wrote: I don't have a picture of when I first got him but here is a photo of my oscar after having him for a month. He was 2 inches when I got him and he's about 3-3.5 inches here.



Here he is at 10 months and 10.25 inches.
I've always wondered if its at all possible for an oscar to have partial long fin DNA and not be a long fin. All his fins are normal size but his pelvic fins are so long he reminds me of a gouramni at times. Even has tendrils on the end of them :laugh:


Still the prettiest Oscar I've ever seen

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