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i recently bought a flowerhorn and was wondering if any one knew a site as detailed as this site for flowerhorns,or if anyone here could help me. I know all the basics on here for flowerhorns but was looking for some more in depth info. thanks.
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gorilla204 replied the topic: flowerhorn info

www.myflowerhorn.com/

This might help :)
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DRACO replied the topic: flowerhorn info

i do keep some flowerhorn too but not an expert though...
any idea what do you want to know about them.
btw, i am not fond of big KOK fh... i love the freehead type.
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Tomfish_13 replied the topic: flowerhorn info

well I've looked online and places for information on care for flowerhorns but it usually only has the basics basically what I want to know is around what age or is the average size when they start to show color and start to grow there kok also I have heard it all flowerhorns are born gray and they get the red coloring and eyes and coloring the body later. I was also wondering what size is considered Fry still. I seen a site that referred to a 2 to 3 inch flower horn that was still gray as fry. and the diet for the flower forms while they are still young as I understood it is pretty much krill bloodworm's high-quality flake and pretty much goodies of that sort but I haven't seen much about feeding pellets until they get older Dewflower horns really need that much protein at a young age I know my o's at the same size were recommended to be eating pellets and maybe blood worms and krill as a snack every now and then but not there full diet. and one last thing is it true you really need to go spend 100 or hundred and $50 on just a baby flower horn to get a proven quality one you can find them for sale at specialty fish stores sometimes for as low as $15 a piece which is what I paid about a inch and a half maybe 2 inches they're little bigger now so because it's low price am I doomed to not have what they consider a prized flower horn. thanks a lot I really appreciate your help
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