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Check these bad boys out. Picked 3 up for 50 bucks. I love my lfs and their non-informed employees.

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I LOVE SWAG!!!

wasnt it less than 50 bucks though tsouth. anyways, ridiculous yumas, i really like the watermelon!
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Haha 48.60 or something like that.
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sweet price and color , but keep an eye out on those , they have a bad survival rate.
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whaddya mean deep?

is it yumas in general that have poor survival rates? please, inform the needy!
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whaddya mean deep?

is it yumas in general that have poor survival rates? please, inform the needy!
some wild yuma , yes ,, do a search on the site , i think dave , psychographic bought a rock full of them , i think only a few are left.

I know i havent had luck with that color yuma
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The mouth stem part on one of them is out pretty far. The mouth's look good but its the extension that's odd. How far do they stick out usually?
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WC Yuma's have a rep for not surviving, many times will start gaping and shrinking. If this happens the chances of you saving it are slim to none.

The best thing you can do to insure a better chance of survival is find a shaded spot in your tank that gets indirect light and medium flow, place them there and DON"T touch them for a few weeks, after this time if you wish, you can start feeding them. Then you can slowly bring them into more light a little at a time, move it about an inch, leave it for a week or two, then another inch for the same period and keep repeating this process until you have them where you want them. The reason for a little movement then waiting is to see if they are happy with being where you are trying to move them to.

Yumas DO NOT like a lot of light, so don't try to bring them to the top of your tank.

I don't know if it's the photo, but in pics 3 and 5, they look a little bleached, so you definately don't want to shock them with too much light.

The colony Ronen spoke about dying on me was mostly my fault, I thought I had them blocked from the light enough when I really did'nt. I should have moved some things around to make an appropriate spot for them and did'nt. I did manage to save to of the babies.

BTW T, you got an awesome deal on those, I'm sure with proper care, they will color up even more than what they are now.

I hope this info helps you out a bit.

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Thank you sir. They are shaded right now under rocks at the bottom of the tank. Hopefully my luck goes well.
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T, if they color up the way I think they will, they would sell online for about $90 apiece, so take care of those babies.
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Good god lol. I'm really freaked out now man. I don't want to waste these at all. I'll probably move the 2 with the pink outer rim's tomorrow. I don't want to stress them more than they already are. I want to make sure they're more shaded.
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I dont know whats up with the ones in your first post....if its me or not....but I dont see anything and I wanna check those things out!
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