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My wild breeding colony. Enjoy the photos!






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I just sent a group of 39 wilds up to New York. Miss em already.

Yours are nice ones. How long have you had yours?

They breed like rabbits!

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Whoa, bright orange/yellow spot, purple face...Nice.

Second pic, in the back ground, is that a RR?
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I love Moops! Super consistent throughout the whole group and just amazing looking.

Where'd you get yours?
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They're beautiful, colors are amazing, consistent & steady.. Now I think I'm beginning to have an interest in getting some
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VERY NICE GROUP
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3-WC White Calvus (trio)
21-F1 Tropheus RR Sub-adults
19-F1 Tropheus Maswas Sub-adults
1-55gl full of F1 white Calvus juveniles
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I just sent a group of 39 wilds up to New York. Miss em already.

Yours are nice ones. How long have you had yours?

They breed like rabbits!

John
39 -Wow! That would be a breeding factory. I only have 21 in this group and the fry production is unreal. I pull large numbers from these females. This group is fat and large.
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Whoa, bright orange/yellow spot, purple face...Nice.

Second pic, in the back ground, is that a RR?
No, that is a Moop, but a poor photo.
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39 -Wow! That would be a breeding factory. I only have 21 in this group and the fry production is unreal. I pull large numbers from these females. This group is fat and large.
Hey Ex reefer. I sent you a PM.

I know someone Id like to pass your way that would like fry.

And yeah...the group I sent up north was 14M / 25F! IT WAS NUTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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