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Old 08-11-2009
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I fed Sera flora and Tropical spirulina strong.

I have other tanks on 1 to 1400 l with Benthochromis knitting, Lepidiolamprolgus Kandale, Julidochromis reganni Kipili, Zaire Neolamprologus buscheri Gold Cyphotilapia giberrosa Kapampa.
1 of 600L with Xenotilapia sima M'toto with Cyprichromis microlepidostus Karilani.
1 350L with Xenotilapia ochrogenys Kigoma Paracyprichromis nigripinnis
1 450L with Xenotilapia melanogenys Chituta
3 300l for the reproductions
3 100l with Xeno Bathyphilus Kekes 2 with Neolamprologus ornatipinnis Burendi on 3 with Neolamprologus occelatus Gold.
1 1400L for annectens Tropheus Bulu point and a couple of Eretmodus cyanostictus Kapampa
1 720l for Tropheus sp. Ikoli Smochromis and diagrams.

Project 2 other 1000l bins for each Tropheus moorii Kalambo thank you Carsten, of Tropheus moorii Murago and a pair of Giant Petrochromis sp.bleu

Cyprichromis leptosoma Kigoma



Xenotilapia ochrogenys Kigoma



Julidochromis regani Kipili



Ophthalmotilapia nasuta femelle



Paracyprichromis nigripinnis



Xenotilapia bathyphilus Kekese mâle



Xenotilapia sima Moliro



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Ophthalmotilapia nasuta Ulwile





Neolamprologus buescheri Zaire Gold





Cyprichromis microlepidotus Karilani mâle



femelle Petro sp. moshi yellow Mpimbwe en incubation puis le mâle





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Petro texas red Longola



Benthochromis tricoti



Tétraodon Mbu



Cyphotilapia giberrosa Kapampa


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Awesome Sebastien You are my new hero . Got pics of the troph kalambo and murago?
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Soon the end of August early September.
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Hi,

wow, amazing collection...respect...i would be afraid to stroke this Mbu
If you have any moshi fry to sell, let me know

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awesome man! great pics of a an awesome bunch of tangs! i can never get tired of pics like that.
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Great pics man, ever since I lost my breeding Zaire golds I have tried to get more to no prevail over the past couple years, seems like they have disapeared, dont know if they stop collecting them or what, one of my favs, Greg
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Wow, very nice collection if fishes!

I'm looking for information on the curvifrons.

What are you feeding them?

Are they aggressive like tropheus?
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Awesome collection of Fish! Very nice photos also. I really dig the Texas Red Longola, and the Super Bad Puffer. He is so cool.

Thanks For Sharing with the Pics.
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I'm looking for information on the curvifrons.

What are you feeding them?

Are they aggressive like tropheus?[/b]
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