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can you post pics of your murago's i'm thinking of getting a group again please indulge me
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Check out Reserve Stock Cichlids, they have good stocks.
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I have WC Yellows. They are the only nastiest group of T's that I have ever kept, but I believe that is because of a combination of the colony size is small and they are WC.
Peter Rubin has BOTH Greens and Yellows and they are both spectacular (I held a group buy there this past weekend with 50 of my closest friends ).

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At the risk of sounding un-informed who is peter robin? can you get him to post some pics of his fish, where is he located and does he have fry or juve for sale? sweet pics
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Peter Rubin is Atlantis (cichlids.net) and is a sponsor here.



When I was thereon Saturday he had juvenile Greens and Yellow adults.
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I have F1 Murago greens that I got over the summer from Reserve Stock Cichlids. Very healthy, and VERY fast growers for Trophs (as compared to some Ndole Reds that I got at the same time). I will echo someone else's response, though - Murago's are more aggressive than other Trophs I've kept, so be forewarned.
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Peter at Atlantis is a good guy but the yellow murago he has are the Zongwe which I don't believe get the spots on the head.
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Tom, very good eye.
When I bought mine from Atlantis they were labeled:
Tropheus moorii Murago Mikenzi Yellow
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Fan, yours are real nice. I thought about getting them at the time. Wouldn't think they would be nastier than any other type of moorii......hmmmm

IMO, the Zongwe is a drab fish.
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I saw the Zongwe up close the other day, very nice...I like my Mikenzi more.
Atlantis' Green's, although all juvies, were absolutely beautiful.

Not to go off topic (I guess I am anyway) but his Ikola breeders were some of the nicest I have ever seen.
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