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Andrew - they're yellow in person. For some reason my camera can't adjust well when the room is dark. I'l try to get a better vid soon. I also have been planning to change the light to the original
I've had ~ 40 frys from them last year, I am also plannin to cull some more males


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Andrew - they're yellow in person. For some reason my camera can't adjust well when the room is dark. I'l try to get a better vid soon. I also have been planning to change the light to the original
I've had ~ 40 frys from them last year, I am also plannin to cull some more males


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Gotcha. Yeah I did see some of them that look like they have the nice yellow. Just hard to see... Darn Camera!
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It's been a while since the last time I posted my ilangi pics. I'm finally done with all the moving n stuff phewwwww
The most important thing the fish like the new home n so far everybody make it, but I believe I saw 1-2 have potential bloat (finger crossed) and I've been doing WC like crazy!!

Here's the latest pic
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Good job on the move, and they are looking great. Hopefully they come through without any bloat, but treat them fast if you do start to see it.
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Best Ilangi colony I've seen in a very long time! Congrats on owning and enjoying them! Do you ever produce fry and ship?

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I agree! These are about as "old school" yellow as they get. Tons of consistency as well.

Wouldn't hurt to run a week of Metro every 8hrs (Or at least every 12hrs if none are really bloated) on them with daily 35-50% water changes with lights off just to make sure you're in the clear with them. To nice of a group to risk it.
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Thanks all
Have frys probably around 20-25 per year, with ilangi it's really hard to get them produce fry frequently (or consistently). I have 6 frys ATM, still debating whether to keep or sell them
I shipped before but I've not been doing it fort the last 2 years
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Any fry for sale?
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Sad sad days..... I've never lost trophs before but because of the moving I lost 5 (4f, 1m)
I'm doing exactly the same thing I guess the water is different from one location to others??
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Sorry to hear that mate...that really sucks
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