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Lol...ya do start to loose bodily controls once you pass into the mid 40's

"I'm waiting on yours." That makes 2 of us
LOL- Nice.

yeah I should see some activity soon.
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I love moops - very nice group you have going there!
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Thanks! They are right up there with Kasanga I believe. Their sunspots are poppin 90% of the time.
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That's what I love about moops, their colouration is nice through most of the colony.
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I agree! There are one or two that are smaller that don't seem quite up to par but they are young. I've seen flat out washed out kasanga go from barely any color to full blow stunning with a change in tanks.

I wish more Tropheus had a more prominent sunspots like These guys do.
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Killer group and awesome setup Andrew. Thanks for posting these videos, it makes it that much easier for me to get the ok from the wife when I want to purchase fish Jk Thanks for sharing.
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Killer group and awesome setup Andrew. Thanks for posting these videos, it makes it that much easier for me to get the ok from the wife when I want to purchase fish Jk Thanks for sharing.
My pleasure sir! Ah good deal. Just waiting on fry...
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Definitely a nice group! I recently passed up the opportunity on a wc group at a great price. Looking at your video kind of makes me regret it. The spots are really poppin.
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Definitely a nice group! I recently passed up the opportunity on a wc group at a great price. Looking at your video kind of makes me regret it. The spots are really poppin.
Thanks Troy. Yeah I am really satisfied with the quality that Greg picked out for me. I originally thought that they would look more of a brownish color with some blue highlights here and there. But these have some really nice Blue, Jade Green and Turquoise on the head and body.

If you can't tell, I'm really excited about them.
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Those look awesome. I wish my Illangi would color up like that.
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