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Old 08-06-2012
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looking nice sean how old are they pal ? eh not spoke to you for a while hows the fish house coming on ?

thats a bummer sean , how do the diagrama get on are they a hand full pal ?
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looking nice sean how old are they pal ? eh not spoke to you for a while hows the fish house coming on ?

thats a bummer sean , how do the diagrama get on are they a hand full pal ?
They were hard on each other but given the ratio, i dont think I was destined to have much success. Did mange to have a couple of spawns but the poor lass never got left alone and always ate them.
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i remember you telling me sean , truley stunnong fish though hopefully one day eh cortezi good pics pal are they sub adults and what are your experiances with them fella please
Mines are about 4 inches in size and keeping them with mbuna not had any trouble with them

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Hi , I have been growing on 10 of these from fry. Pictures not the best quality (sorry), they have a green sheen through them and a couple have the black faces with yellow throat. Think these diagramma are the northern variety.











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Hi Sean i think you are correct (Think these diagramma are the northern variety)
they came from scotland
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Hi Sean i think you are correct (Think these diagramma are the northern variety)
they came from scotland
Sure did bud, where you located ?

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Hi Sean
I live in Dundee its Ricky
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Hi Sean
I live in Dundee its Ricky
LOL , that was my first guess, should have known, username confused me, but then again easily confused, they are growing fine bud, much quicker than the trophs, they dont bother with the other fish, just the odd wee chasw between each other, nice addition......


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Nice looking. Seem to be quite a few uk folk on here.
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