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Old 04-03-2014
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Default Been Awhile - T Livua and Lueba

Hi all,

Been a while since i have shared on this forum. A few years ago i lost my favorite colony of Ikola to bloat, which dis heartened me alot, i sold all my colonies and got back into WC frontosa, I started my own frontosa forum (still use and visit cyphos alot though) and i have started my own imports into australia, which tempted me back into tropheus and i got my first wc colonys and 2 crackers at that.

Here are my new WC Tropheus Livua





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And the WC Tropheus Lueba. Have wanted these for a very long time now and finally got 22 of them all with nice saddles.









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These pictures where taken the following day after released from quarantine and every day are getting better and better. I find the Lueba change they intensity of color alot especially when its feeding time.
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All of them, absolutely gorgeous tropheus!!!!
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They are beautiful!
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2 lovely colonys you got there.
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Very nice colonies.
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WOW, what a story. but an Awesome outcome! Good for you for taking on the venture again!

They both look Amazing!
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Nice way to dive back in Lloyd!
Two awesome looking uncommon ( in Austrailia ) Tropheus colonies!
Good luck with them and the importing.
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Nice way to dive back in Lloyd!
Two awesome looking uncommon ( in Austrailia ) Tropheus colonies!
Good luck with them and the importing.
Thanks Troy. Yeah thought id jump straight in the deep end with these and see how i go.

thanks all for the comments.

The livua have been practicing spawning the last 2 days so hopefully it wont be too long before they get a mouthful.
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