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Wow those things are pretty, thanks for sharing Greg! I suppose it's too much to ask for an in tank shot? Lol. Either way you can tell they are pretty brightly colored.

I always forget, what are the red bishops? Aren't they like a hybrid or albino or something? I can't remember other than they don't come out of the lake like that, man made right?
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Wow those things are pretty, thanks for sharing Greg! I suppose it's too much to ask for an in tank shot? Lol. Either way you can tell they are pretty brightly colored.

I always forget, what are the red bishops? Aren't they like a hybrid or albino or something? I can't remember other than they don't come out of the lake like that, man made right?
Sorry I was trying to get a tank shot but th eMoliro they were with wouldn't get out of my way, I think they thought it was feeding time. Unfortunately that was my last 18 and they were being packed up to head to FL when I took those. I will have more ready in about 3 weeks.
Correct they are man made, they are a mutation that is line bred from Caramba tropheus.
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That's a really sharp Tropheus, I've never seen it before.

Do you have any picts of your set up Greg? I'd love to see what you have.
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That's a really sharp Tropheus, I've never seen it before.

Do you have any picts of your set up Greg? I'd love to see what you have.
My buddy John breeds them for me. I was against it at first as I have never sold a man made troph, but he really wanted to breed them. Im glad he did because they have grew on me and are pretty cool little fish. John older and old school but now that he retired I might be able to get him to snap some pics of the group for me, I will try.
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