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Old 02-12-2015
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Nice, interesting fish..
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Thanks! Definitely are. They can be pretty sensitive when they come in too so I was glad that Greg was able to accommodate me on not one, but two healthy pairs.
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Very nice. I just got 4 Eretmodus Cyanostictus last week. F1's but still came in very colourful and full of energy. I had them a few years ago but got rid of them since they bothered my Bufdalo heads.The Buffalo heads were my GF's favourite and now I got rid of them. So back to the coolest gobies.
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Right on man! Hoping to have fry out of these soon! Two pairs and lots of food!
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Btw Andrew I wanted to say that I appreciate what you do for the hobby. You're one person that I agree with buying WC fish. There are others as well and I also appreciate them.
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Wow!? That was not expected at all. That really means a lot to me and I deeply appreciate the compliment as well as the entire community.

Coming together as a community is the best thing that we can do. Sharing our knowledge and experinces with each other to accomplish the main goal of preserving the fish that we are so privileged to have and care for. In my eye's I believe that we really are actaully obligated to. Always trying to improve our fish keeping to create longevity of tank life. Making the decision to care for wild caught fish was something that I thought about intensely for a some time... I'm the type to research something continually until I feel that I'm capable enough to handle the task responsibly or I won't do it at all. But along with that is continued education with each new journey. I've always vowed to myself to never stop learning... I will always try with the best of my abilities to maintain the best practices to care for the fish I'm provided and to produce the highest quality fry that I can through ethical choices... While at the same time, helping and encouraging others to do the same. Whether they are veterens in the hobby looking to improve their care with new ideas or new comers that are nervous but eager to learn and do everything that they can to be a successful keeper of Tropheus or any other fish for that matter.

I don't think that I can thank each and every one of you enough that have supported me and given me encouraging words throughout the years!

Here's to you and the one's that Import, care for and improve the community in general! It's you and your efforts that truly make this hobby worth it all!

I thank you all!
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Well said. Well keep on and I'll watching your posts.
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Will do and thanks!

Looks like I have a Female that is looking chubby down below! Her vent hasn't dropped yet. But she should be spawning soon!
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Got confirmation on both pairs although only photos of one pair.



These next two are the male...



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Andrew,
They look great! Please let us know when you have available fry.
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