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Sorry for the delay guys, it's been very busy at the office for several weeks. Here's the pictures that I promised

Picture of my tank, it's 135 gallon


One side of the tank...


How's this for yellow ilangi??



I got my ilangis from Allison C&H and from other members at this forum. All pictures are taken with no flash and I'm not a professional, so I apologize if some of them are blurry. Enjoy.....
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I got the ilangis from Allison C&H and from other members at this forum. Enjoy.....[/QUOTE]
Well worth the wait for pics very nice group and setup Febian. I m happy for you n dude these will have killer frys so when u ready to sell some ling me man or when u come to visit bring them. Enjoy thr fish man very well done mister
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You need a DSLR brah.

Those pictures.....smh.
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Thanks Hai... good luck with the moba bro...

Mr J glad to hear from you again man !!!
I took this with a cannon T3I that my wife just bought, tried my best to take pictures but always fail lol... still need a lot of time to learn. If I may have an excuse, the flow in my tank is too strong. They keep moving like crazy
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Try using the flash.

Is will help with stopping the motion.
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Beautiful photos of your ilangi! What's the name of the yellow one? Are they compatible to be as a tankmate for all tropheus?

Thanks and again love the photos
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Beautiful photos of your ilangi! What's the name of the yellow one? Are they compatible to be as a tankmate for all tropheus?

Thanks and again love the photos
Norm
The yellow guy I think you're asking about is probably a Neolamprologus Leleupi.
They are ok if you don't care about the eggs or the fry, for they will steal eggs and prey on the fry.
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Thanks for the input Mr J, I'll try it

Thanks Norm. As bloat said it's leleupi from karenge island I bought it to emphasize of the yellow theme in my tank. Will post some more pics later...
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They look great febian! Nice set up too.
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Really stunning tank. Trophs always look best in big groups.
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