OB Killer Peacock

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bassetman replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

Turns out peacocks are very similar here is a male and a female vent.
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ehall67 replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

Wow thanks a ton for finding these (or taking these for me !!! they look awesome !!! I just saved them both to my computer !!! I owe you Tom

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ehall67 replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

6 more females round 2?? :S

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Nina_W replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

much better odds this time. What size are these girls?
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ehall67 replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

much smaller about 2 inches ... but I am hoping they will grow well... wanted to be at the auction longer and get some bigger females but just didn't sucks I blew it

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cebosound replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

good info and pics Bman. :)

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Nina_W replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

give them time. If you want them to get large, you have to not let them breed until they're bigger. They can breed from about 2 1/2 - 3 inches, but I'd let them grow to three before trying, myself.
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ehall67 replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

unfortunately it is an incomplete divider so they can still move from side to side but he cant...

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ehall67 replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

Im going to measure them

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Nina_W replied the topic: Re: OB Killer Peacock

ehall67 wrote: unfortunately it is an incomplete divider so they can still move from side to side but he cant...


better than nothing.

They're all still there today?

They'll be fine if they start breeding smaller, they just take much longer to gain any real size as females if they're not eating for four weeks every two months or so :)
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