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forgot to ask......is there ever any cross breeding in the tank?
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Mr. Johnson @ Oct 14 2008, 07:18 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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forgot to ask......is there ever any cross breeding in the tank?[/b]
None! The kiriza´s and the red moliro are together for 2 years and never crossbreed. The muragos are yet juveniles.

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thanks for the info.

I actually read an article a while back which supports the idea that tropheus don't cross breed as much as we would think. I was just wondering if that was the case for you.

How is the interaction between the two variants?

I'll link the article if I can find it.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Mr. Johnson @ Oct 14 2008, 10:28 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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How is the interaction between the two variants?[/b]
Perfect! The kirizas as their own space wich is the lower part of the tank. The moliros are mostly in the upper zones all together.

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Hi,

Yesterday I manage to take a nice picture of one of the murago...



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Very nice......
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Hi,

The small kiriza in the main tank are doing fine...



The older ones are getting their colors...



And the adults are always fighting...













In the end the winner is always the same...



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Nice pictures.

Do the tropheus help keep your vals short?

I seen some pictures with a tank that had vals in it......the tropheus keep it so short it looked like a yard full of fresh cut grass.
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absolutely awesome pics diogo!!! can't get enough of the muragos.
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Hi,

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Do the tropheus help keep your vals short?

I seen some pictures with a tank that had vals in it......the tropheus keep it so short it looked like a yard full of fresh cut grass.[/b]
They keep them short but not as short as you mentioned! They´re well feed and I think that they don´t need them...

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