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Old 10-21-2008
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Beautiful photos indeed. Diogo is it possible to take some more photos of the moliros? Especially some male/female ones...if possible. Thanks in advance.
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Fantastic.

Thanks very much for sharing.

Just a comment on the val grass. I have a 125g with colonies of TD Maswa and TM Chipimbi and they tear the heck out of the val grass. I usually replace/replant once a month with fresh val grass.
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Old 10-23-2008
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Hi,

Some more pictures of the Tropheus.

Red Moliro...















The little kiriza...



Murago...



And the all layout...



Cheers,
Diogo


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Old 10-23-2008
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And in another aquarium some juveniles of pemba...







Cheers,
Diogo

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Nice close up shots!

I notice that the moliro in the first shot has some black spots on him. Does he have those spots in real life?

Does any out fish in your colony have those spots?

My old colony has the same black spots, but I didn't mind it too much.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Mr. Johnson @ Oct 25 2008, 02:41 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Nice close up shots!

I notice that the moliro in the first shot has some black spots on him. Does he have those spots in real life?

Does any out fish in your colony have those spots?

My old colony has the same black spots, but I didn't mind it too much.[/b]

those are exactly the black spots my moliro had and "australia" has asked about. crazy how i see that so often with moliro specifically. makes me wonder if it has to do with something in that particular area of the lake.
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You read my mind t, I was thinking the same thing. Maybe something in the lake or just their gene pool.
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