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And how are your Ilangi doing? I bet they are gaining some size. Id love to see a few pics of those some time.
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1st, that is a stunning colony! They look nice and big! And very colorful for only 24 hours out of the bag. Greg, are you out of these?

Also, I like your set up. Just filters and heat.

If you don't mind, I have a some q's

Is this going to be a strict breeding colony or is this a going to end up a display tank?

Do you have a circulation pump in there as well?

Do you plan to add a ton of rocks?

Are they hugging tight behind that sponge filter? or swimming a lot in open water.

I like your substrate as well. What is it? CaribSea seafloor?

what size tank do you have them in?

is it a 10M/20F ratio?
Still have some 30 or so
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1st, that is a stunning colony! They look nice and big! And very colorful for only 24 hours out of the bag. Greg, are you out of these?

Also, I like your set up. Just filters and heat.

If you don't mind, I have a some q's

Is this going to be a strict breeding colony or is this a going to end up a display tank?

Do you have a circulation pump in there as well?

Do you plan to add a ton of rocks?

Are they hugging tight behind that sponge filter? or swimming a lot in open water.

I like your substrate as well. What is it? CaribSea seafloor?

what size tank do you have them in?

is it a 10M/20F ratio?
Wow that's a lot of q's in there John lol..
I will try to breed this guys since they're adults so I shouldn't wait that long, I do have just one circulation pump in there, ratio is 10m 20f, just a white sand from Petco and for now they're in a 75g tank and later on i will move them in 125g. I really love to see this guys for their colors especially when they settle in and can't wait for that.
About the 45 Ilangi fry from Greg? Yeah they are getting bigger already and colors are coming out. For now I'm housing them in a 55g but by tomorrow i will be moving them into 100g tank.
How's your Ikola group update us too, would love to see them

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Can't wait until I am up and running again in Florida (Sept/Oct) after losing everything
Definitely planing on a bunch of RR's from Greg
My new 180 gal in there, empty, but I'm still here in NJ
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Hello Tropheus26:


Beautiful Tropheus!!!, congratulation!!!



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Beautiful Tropheus!!!, congratulation!!!



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Wow that's a lot of q's in there John lol..
I will try to breed this guys since they're adults so I shouldn't wait that long, I do have just one circulation pump in there, ratio is 10m 20f, just a white sand from Petco and for now they're in a 75g tank and later on i will move them in 125g. I really love to see this guys for their colors especially when they settle in and can't wait for that.
About the 45 Ilangi fry from Greg? Yeah they are getting bigger already and colors are coming out. For now I'm housing them in a 55g but by tomorrow i will moving them into 100g tank.
How's your Ikola group update us too, would love to see them
I understand the desire to have them in a 6ft tank...but if your going to strip fry...it makes catching them a pain in the butt! lol I honestly think Im going to start downsizing my tanks...sounds crazy I know!

Also, everyone says that Red Rainbows produce less fry and or are hard to breed. With 20 females that wont matter. Im a huge fan of very simple set ups. Throw a flower pot in there with those red rainbows and stand back. Show em whos boss.

Im about to post an Ikola update. Lets just say that they are rocking house!

Once again...they are just beautiful!
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1st, that is a stunning colony! They look nice and big! And very colorful for only 24 hours out of the bag. Greg, are you out of these?

Also, I like your set up. Just filters and heat.

If you don't mind, I have a some q's

Is this going to be a strict breeding colony or is this a going to end up a display tank?

Do you have a circulation pump in there as well?

Do you plan to add a ton of rocks?

Are they hugging tight behind that sponge filter? or swimming a lot in open water.

I like your substrate as well. What is it? CaribSea seafloor?

what size tank do you have them in?

is it a 10M/20F ratio?

Red Rainbow wilds i still have 20 or so.
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