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Old 06-30-2007
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I have access to both T's mentioned in the title. Which one? Both groups are F1. I guess I could mix the ulwile with a moori colony and not worry about cross-breeding, but which would you choose and why?

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Go with the yellow murago................



Where are you getting them from? I could use some more Uwiles
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I'll let you know once I've decided.
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See I told you....
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I thought that the firey fry were from namansi ?
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I have both that I keep for my own stock.
I prefer the Ulwile.

The Firey Fry notation put on the Ulwile is only for those trying to sell the fish since
many think the Brichardis are bland in color.
Nemansi was the first Firey Fry.

The Ulwile fry are bright yellow, the Nemansi (Reds) are bright red.
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Old 07-03-2007
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I would go with the murago! I am a brichardi person when it comes to tropheus, i know i am! But, ulwile are not in my top 3. My top 3 brichardi list is as follows
Malagarasi
Ujiji
Namansi

The namansi could very well become my 1st. If they look like some of the pics on the net, then they will definetly be first! I am very much hoping the namansi is my next colony! I am waiting patiently for someone to get them! Go with the murago!

And i would not mix the 2 groups! I honestly think every tropheus should be in their own tank, especially brichardis! Me and geoff_tropheus have had great success in our brichardi breeding! Also, it is his opinion and also mine that they need 6 foot tanks!! Hope this helps Gerry!
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Thanks, everyone! I'm going with the murago.
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