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Old 01-21-2007
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Those Trophs are beautiful how about a full tank shot ?
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WOW those are beauties... keep them coming
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Full tank shots will cost you 2 american dollars.........
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Wow,
Nice looking T's. They look just like Mpulungu.
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Old 01-23-2007
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They do look like the moops. Are Kalambo and kasakalawe, both a type of mpulungu? I think the two locations are very close.
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Old 01-23-2007
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Kalambo is actually about equal distance as Katoto to mpulungu. Katoto is south west of mpulungu and Kalambo seems to be north east. The variant map also shows a kalambo OB type. Kalambo is very close to Kasanga actually.
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To my understanding the Kalambos will have coloration on the bottom half of their bodys and some red in the dorsal fin.
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