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Default My Moops are growing (DWW LAw)

They're growing and happy!
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Nice pic and good looking group. Thanks for sharing
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Nice looking group young padawan... May the Fish be with you!

Great looking group!

As forthcoming as possible?

I think that Mpulungu are as equally colorful as Kasanga! Especially consistently.

Blues, Greens, Yellow/ Oranges and Violets! Amazing looking!

But the real Difference with Mpulungu?

CONTRAST! It's almost always very high level.....
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Love em...how old are they?

I agree with Drew...they are easily as awesome as Kasanga's...

Are they WC, F? or tank raised? thanks for sharing...comin soon from a tank near me too! Very exciting

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Love em...how old are they?

I agree with Drew...they are easily as awesome as Kasanga's...

Are they WC, F? or tank raised? thanks for sharing...comin soon from a tank near me too! Very exciting
F1 I think they're 2 years old, my avatar is them when I first got them. I'm tempted to move the 30 of them out of the 60g into the 90g. Just have read horror stories on how a jump like that can reek havoc on a stabilized group.
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F1 I think they're 2 years old, my avatar is them when I first got them. I'm tempted to move the 30 of them out of the 60g into the 90g. Just have read horror stories on how a jump like that can reek havoc on a stabilized group.
bah. There's always a catch to that stuff man.

Do it late in the evening and keep the lights off for a day or two. Don't feed them during that time as well.
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bah. There's always a catch to that stuff man.

Do it late in the evening and keep the lights off for a day or two. Don't feed them during that time as well.
Thanks, I'll keep ya guys posted when and if I make the move.
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Thanks, I'll keep ya guys posted when and if I make the move.

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