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Old 05-29-2014
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Where do live? I have 16-17 F1 Ikola's that are 1"-1.5"+ that I would sell. I may be able to figure out shipping if you live in here in the States.
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I'm leaning towards Ikola as well but the catch is that it's only a group of 10.
They are close to 2". Is 10 enough?
Buy another 10-15 off Mastiffman...the F1's from his wc colony are second to none!! Problem solved
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I'm leaning towards Ikola as well but the catch is that it's only a group of 10.
They are close to 2". Is 10 enough?
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Where do live? I have 16-17 F1 Ikola's that are 1"-1.5"+ that I would sell. I may be able to figure out shipping if you live in here in the States.
Sorry Todd...when I encouraged to buy Andrew's I had not seen your offer for a sale...no offence intended
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Sorry Todd...when I encouraged to buy Andrew's I had not seen your offer for a sale...no offence intended
Non taken I did the same thing today on a different forum I'm on.
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The first trophs that I ever bought were red rainbows and what attracted me to them was the brillant color they display. They were my first tropheus and I still have them. I have a friend with Ikola and they look great, but I am a red rainbow guy. Good luck.
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I am growing out a colony of 24 Red Rainbows, I am going to do everything possible to get best color out of them.
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I love my REd. Just bought a colony of 21 and love them. Their coloring changes based on their mood to such a degree they look like different fish.
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The first trophs that I ever bought were red rainbows and what attracted me to them was the brillant color they display. They were my first tropheus and I still have them. I have a friend with Ikola and they look great, but I am a red rainbow guy. Good luck.
Might want to Contact trophish (John) then... He has a Large and Beautiful colony of Kasanga.
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