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Old 10-20-2008
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Sold at the LFS?

how did the man made ones look?
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Yes, they did not look as robust IMO and with Tropheus they have that "natural" beauty to them while the man made did not.

Like Looking at a tank full of Koi or I<3U Mollies vs. a tank of wild Green sailfin mollies. or say a tank of convicts vs. a tank of Heart shaped parrotfish. It's hard to put it in a word that would best describe it but the only thing that comes to mind is not proportional?


The only ones I think look decent were the Golden Kipili's but even they had an odd look to them.
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