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View Poll Results: Where do you purchase most of your stock?
Locally - hobbiests 141 33.81%
Locally - LFS 56 13.43%
Locally - Swap/Club meets 11 2.64%
Online - retailers 124 29.74%
Online - hobbiests 66 15.83%
Other (please describe below) 19 4.56%
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Old 03-22-2008
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My largest tank is a 220 gallon with a LifeReef Wet Dry Filter. 30 Wild Adult Red Rainbows and 40 juvenile Red Rainbows. Purchaed from LFS, Hot Cichlids, Louisville Cichlids. Also with 5 Eret. cyanostictus.
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Question for those that voted they keep multiple variants together, I'm curious what combos you keep?


I have a colony of Lufubu moorii and "Canary Cheek" Kabimba brichardi (juvies).


Also curious to hear from folks who voted that they have over 50 Trophs in their largest colony... how many do you have?
Let's see some pics :icon_cheers:
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Here's what I have for tropheus.

120 4x2x2 (21) Ilangi
115 6' (13) T Dubosi Maswa with Cyps and Transcriptus
125 6' (20) T Lufubu
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HERE'S WHAT I HAVE
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210g---47 f1 Ilangi
75g---19 wc Chaitika blue rainbow
75g---20 wc Mpulungu and 11 f1 red rainbow Kambwimba
75g---11 f1 Kambwimba fry and 21 f1 Kalambo fry
75g---22 f1 Ilangi adults
55g---13 f1 Nkonde adults
10g---12 f1 Chaitika fry
10g---8 Chipimbi fry

125g---9 petro redfin longola and 8 petro famula Nyanza Lac

These trophs are addictive. My fishroom is slowly converting to all tropheus tanks. Can anyone explain this behavior???


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here's my set ups:

180g: 40+ F1 ilangi, just hitting adulthood, 4 eret. gobies
75g: 16 F1 sp. red moliro
75g: 21 t.r. duboisi maswa, a couple females have held, but not to term yet
110g: 36 F1 moops in the 2-2.5" range, 11 cyp's
180g: 11 petro. trew's 2-3", 20 petro. tricolor fry 1" jsut recently sold my front. colony and added these
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my list is growing a little:

15 sp. blk. cherry spot+50-60 fry
16 sp. red chimba+40-50 fry
14 moorii golden kazumba+60-70 fry
30 moorii tanzanian red rainbow

...more to come
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(sully1000 @ May 14 2008, 04:37 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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210g---47 f1 Ilangi
75g---19 wc Chaitika blue rainbow
75g---20 wc Mpulungu and 11 f1 red rainbow Kambwimba
75g---11 f1 Kambwimba fry and 21 f1 Kalambo fry
75g---22 f1 Ilangi adults
55g---13 f1 Nkonde adults
10g---12 f1 Chaitika fry
10g---8 Chipimbi fry

125g---9 petro redfin longola and 8 petro famula Nyanza Lac

These trophs are addictive. My fishroom is slowly converting to all tropheus tanks. Can anyone explain this behavior???[/b]
wow! now we need to see pictures of all this. I have to say my fav. set up might be the petro tank. I'm starting to like them more than trophs......the addiction lives on.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Heather @ Mar 5 2008, 12:24 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Please vote above regarding your largest Troph tank and how it's stocked, and then tell us what you voted for! [/b]
Two 90 Gallon Setups. One has 27 F1 RR's at 1.5" -2.0" and the other has 30 F1 1.5" -2.0" Lufubus
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125- 14 TR, 28 WC moops
125- 1 TR female with 22 fry in various stages of grow out. (moops)
29- temporary holding tank until I sell the 4 WC males in it. (moops)
2 empty 55's waiting for a stand, that I will use as grow out tanks.

Bought TR at auction from local club member and the rest I bought from Butch, at AMS.
Getting Ilangi colony to put in the 125 that has the fry in it. Soon.

JJ




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