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My Caramba Red Bishop colony. 4M-14F
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That's quite the light you have there, even the Gobies look yellow. Very interesting looking Troph, I thought Carambas were black though.
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Caramba Red Bishop is a kind of hybrid. Relationship with Caramba-Caramba Red Bishop, Black Kriza-Kriza Gold such as the relationship . I hope you could tell.
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Caramba Red Bishop is a kind of hybrid. Relationship with Caramba-Caramba Red Bishop, Black Kriza-Kriza Gold such as the relationship . I hope you could tell.
Is this what they call the red pheonix? I thought they were line bred. I didn't realize they were a hybrid (unless I am not understanding you correctly). P.S, what type of light are you using on the tank? I'm sure it would make my Linangu look stunning.
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I'm sorry. I could not tell my English is not enough.
Light As a cheap fluorescent daylights have only one.
Red Bishop, Caramba selected to manufacture, which is created with more red. Just like Gold Kriza.
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i also thought that these fish were line bred, if not feed properly loose all their color and turn black and blotchy
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i also thought that these fish were line bred, if not feed properly loose all their color and turn black and blotchy

Where did you get this info from ? I can't see that fish changing colors due to food . I searched the web and couldn't find any supporting info .
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i heard this from importers and also refer to the site below


http://auscichlids.com/forum/index.php?topic=2880.0
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i heard this from importers and also refer to the site below


http://auscichlids.com/forum/index.php?topic=2880.0

Unfortunately, it seems that more and more they are producing experimental fish.
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so many threads about that fish here. wish people would use the search function
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