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beautiful mate...love the contrast of the blue hues in the head with the coppery tone in the dorsal fins...I can almost hear the lil' guys sayin "mom...dad...is that you??" lol...one big happy family!!
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LMCBO. Funny Danny. Or....

"mom, dad, family.... Don't EAT US! we are friendly...."
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Joined the fry with colony yeaterday and all are doing well.....

Will keep the thread update as the fry grow and are able to be vented...

Nice group!
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This was a nice shot this morning showing some cool coloration of the ones that went into the light. Most the male though.

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awesome mate...love those coppery tones & freckles...so unique...the smaller F1's are growing nicely too...hopefully female heavy amongst the new additions!

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awesome mate...love those coppery tones & freckles...so unique...the smaller F1's are growing nicely too...hopefully female heavy amongst the new additions! :thumbsup"

I agree mate. That would be nice if it was female heavy. Well see soon. a few more months of good growth and I should be able to vent them.
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I just love the head coloration, is that pretty unique?
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I just love the head coloration, is that pretty unique?
Actually yes, now it is. At least in my opinion. You really only see it on Murago and occasionally on Moorii, here and there. I believe that it used to be more predominant on more tropheus but has faded off over the years. JMO though on what I've seen and read. You can occasionally see remnants of it on some tropheus. Even Maswa have a slight black dotting on the top of the head. but it's faint and blends well in the dark blue head color.
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