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Those fish were small 1.5" a few weeks ago weren't they??? Man what are you doing? Cause I'm obviously doing something wrong. Seriously any tips?
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Man...100 ilangi is awesome!

But 100 of any troph would be amazing.

LIke 100 ikola...or...just anything!

Gosh man...think about them in a 10 ft tank....

Fully aquascaped out....It would be amazing.

But for real...they already are!

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Wow. That's crazy beautiful. They looking breeding age.
Yeah man, they're really nice and almost at breeding age, they're also trying to do the T-dance Can't wait to see your new set up and your new trophs too.

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Wow that's what I want a 100 trophs ! Very nice
Thanks. I always wanted to have a huge colony that's why I set it up like this one.
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Those fish were small 1.5" a few weeks ago weren't they??? Man what are you doing? Cause I'm obviously doing something wrong. Seriously any tips?
Actually I'm just doing what everybody does here in this forum, lots of water changes and food. I feed them with flakes from Greg and NLS. Myself can't believe it too that they're r really growing fast. Maybe the tank size has something to do Lots of space to swim.

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Man...100 ilangi is awesome!

But 100 of any troph would be amazing.

LIke 100 ikola...or...just anything!

Gosh man...think about them in a 10 ft tank....

Fully aquascaped out....It would be amazing.

But for real...they already are!

john
Hey John, yeah any kind of troph would surely look nice especially on huge colony. Man I love to put some beautiful background but then I was thinking it would eat some of its space. But I'm a man with a simple set up though.
How's your RR kasangas? R they breeding already. Love to see them too man.
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Awesome that you still have all 100 swimming in that huge tank. Yeah, I think tank space and only one species is the key!

borrowing a line from Jaws...You gonna need a bigger tank... LOL!
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Awesome that you still have all 100 swimming in that huge tank. Yeah, I think tank space and only one species is the key!

borrowing a line from Jaws...You gonna need a bigger tank... LOL!
Lol. Yeah all are healthy and always begging for food everytime I pass by
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James,
They're looking good....
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They're looking good....
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Yeah man all are healthy, how bout your Ilangi? I bet you also have a lot of frys swimming and flooding your tank
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I never keep the fry, sell them. I have enough, or at least I think enough, about 52+ WC (just add 13 from one of your kabayan friend, gari) in my 150gallon. I will post some pics and vid soon. It's been a while since the last time I post them....
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I never keep the fry, sell them. I have enough, or at least I think enough, about 52+ WC (just add 13 from one of your kabayan friend, gari) in my 150gallon. I will post some pics and vid soon. It's been a while since the last time I post them....
Whatttt??? 52 WC? Wowwww now that's a real colony and all adults. My gosh you r really going to flood the market with f1s lol..
Yeah you have to post some vid of it, for sure I will drool if I'll see that vid man.
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