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View Poll Results: Which species should I go with?
Ilangi 14 58.33%
Ikola 3 12.50%
Moops 7 29.17%
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Old 05-06-2014
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Seems like you have already made your decision . You should have named this thread "Talk me Out Of Getting Ilangi".
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They were my number one choice. But I just wanted to see what others would do. I'm surprised Ikola aren't mentioned more. I've never seen a colony where the dominant fish didn't have the same kind of black/yellow contrast as every other fish.

But yes, I think I am going with Ilangi, barring any setbacks
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My group.


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Ikola are way nicer as far as uniformity. They all have nice yellow bands and dark heads and tails. I keep a group of Pemba and they are nice, but not like any of the Ikola groups I have seen. They Ikola have Steeler colors, which is their only downfall.

I have a group of ikola. I love them. they are beautiful. and sadly I never compared them to steelers colors. and well. If I don't like anything in this world its the steelers. So, well damn.

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My group.


I've creeped on your YouTube videos Andrew, your ikola group is nice. Like I said, I don't think I've ever seen a dull one. They are one of my top three tropheus. I've kept Brichardi Malagarasi and Ulwile, moorii Muzi, and moorii Linangu. I would say my top three are Ilangi, Ikola, and Linangu. But since I've kept linangu, Ilangi and Ikola are on my to keep list, along with moops.

Someday.
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I know I've asked, but I would REALLY like to see pictures of F1 Ilangi from Greg. I trust that his are top notch, I just would like to see the results of his WC colony. Any pictures and videos would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks everyone
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I know I've asked, but I would REALLY like to see pictures of F1 Ilangi from Greg. I trust that his are top notch, I just would like to see the results of his WC colony. Any pictures and videos would be greatly appreciated!

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F1 Ilangi from Greg. They're a yr old.

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F1 Ilangi from Greg. They're a yr old.

Oh wow. Those are nice. I'm jealous
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F1 Ilangi from Greg. They're a yr old.


Looking good, cool to see them grown up a year later.
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Nice Colony, can't wait til my Chaitika Blue Rainbows that I also got from Greg get a year old, they are growing fast though.
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