JG: Welcome to the WCCG forum archie
Dec 6, 2016 21:09:14 GMT -5
jred: Welcome to the forum archie
Dec 6, 2016 22:42:29 GMT -5
archie: New to this so jus looking for some fish
Dec 13, 2016 15:10:20 GMT -5
JG: Hi archie what type of fish are you looking for?
Dec 14, 2016 22:07:07 GMT -5
JG: New Meeting Location Secured for 2017!
Dec 16, 2016 18:59:54 GMT -5
JG: MERRY CHRISTMAS to all of our friends here and on our Facebook group!!!! 2017 is gonna be a blast for WCCG!
Dec 25, 2016 11:55:04 GMT -5
fin: happy new year everyone
Jan 1, 2017 9:30:00 GMT -5
gtomike: Welcome to the WCCG forum pipes73
Jan 4, 2017 20:40:39 GMT -5
jred: Welcome to the group pipes73
Jan 4, 2017 23:39:56 GMT -5
jred: in chat for a bit
Jan 4, 2017 23:40:00 GMT -5
JG: Welcome to the WCCG forum pipes73
Jan 5, 2017 17:57:31 GMT -5
jred: Hey Everyone - sorry I forgot to post the meeting change for January - it will be occurring tomorrow night (January 19th) at 6:30pm please see the events folder for details
Jan 18, 2017 21:51:58 GMT -5
gtomike: Welcome to the forum klspicer
Jan 20, 2017 17:48:31 GMT -5
JG: Welcome to the WCCG forum klspicer
Feb 4, 2017 23:29:59 GMT -5
JG: Welcome to the forum mtorts
Apr 8, 2017 0:03:11 GMT -5
WEST: To all Group Member's is there also a FB page for this group if so can someone post a link for all Members & guests to join ..
May 11, 2017 3:30:12 GMT -5
Below is a video I shot just over a year ago of a beautiful pair of Pelvicachromis pulcher, a dwarf cichlid from West Africa. I've attached the write up I included alongside the YouTube video.
Originally obtained this pair as Pelvicachromis taeniatus "Dehane" via a friend who brought these back for me from an auction. The longer I viewed the fish, the more I suspected that these had been falsely identified. After consulting with a few other West African dwarf cichlid keepers we've concluded that these are Pelvicachromis pulcher. The female is particularly stunning when in breeding dress while the male has a number of wild strain traits.
They've been guarding another coconut in this 26 gallon tank for a few days and recently moved their fry to the coconut in the video, on the opposite side of the tank. I asked my little one to look for babies today and she was excited to share with me that she spotted them. Today is the first day that they've made their appearance!
My plan is to raise the fry in a hang on breeder and then donate these to other Windsor Aquarium Society members in an effort to spread the popularity of keeping dwarf cichlids in this region.