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Old 09-29-2015
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Hey guys!

Been lurking here for some weeks and thought it would only be fair to introduce myself

I'm a 32 year old guy from Sweden, been in the hobby for 15 years with small breaks in between. Been keeping everything except Tropheus and other Tang cichlids. That its until 3 weeks ago when I bought a 100gallon tank and after that stocked in with Murago and Dubois.

I had problems with two dubois females that didnt want to eat, so just to be safed I have them seperated with Metro for the moment. But the rest looks great! My dubois started the breeding dance on the first day But I think the female ate the eggs or maybe its just me that cant identify a keeping female of such big size (10-12cm).

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Welcome to the Forum Boko!

Congrats on the new Tropheus setup and great choice of variants!

Nice looking setup and fish.

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Ah thanks Mastiffman The weird clay thingies and the stones is just temporary til i cant get my arse out and pickup some better stones. The other ones are BTN modules
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You're Welcome! I think it still looks good.

What we see as unfinished, others may see as a work of art.
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Old 09-30-2015
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Good looking dubs!!!
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Glad you came out of lurking, wish more would. Great looking fish and tank!
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I have a question now. I just released my two females that I had in a hospital tank cause not eating. One of them is doing great but the other one isn't eating still... She looks healthy, doesn't hide, good colors, treated with metro and Epsom salt for 8 days, even checked for eggs. But still she doesn't eat.. I have no idea whats wrong.. maybe you guys have some input?
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