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Old 07-06-2010
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I think I'm set on the Chimbas, not 100% but very close.

Next thing is, does anyone know where I can get some? Adults or Juvis, no matter.
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a couple of months ago to major suppliers could not give these away... Now a few people want them ... The same with the Blue Giants.... I guess that the way it goes.....

My new batch of F1 were promised to someone...
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I think I'm set on the Chimbas, not 100% but very close.

Next thing is, does anyone know where I can get some? Adults or Juvis, no matter.[/b]
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Those we call Famula "Gold"



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some of the nice ones are famula "golds" also called texas golds many moons ago...

Rob... there is a guy in southern maryland that has an adult group for sale... breeding group. Let me know if you are interested .... I think Anthony has talked to him. You would have to drive... but petros are worth it IMO.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Longstocking @ Jul 8 2010, 03:07 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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but petros are worth it IMO.[/b]
Correct

But those Famula are the right first step into Petro-land ..
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Thanks for the heads up Sarah, will do. Unfortunately the drive would dog a day on the weekend, time is a commodity at this time.

We'll see.

Thanks for all the help and keep the pix coming.
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I like to share this picture of a Petrochromis Famula Kambwimba Wildcaught male.
This species we imported from Tanzania and allready sold to a customer in Belgium.


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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Michael_Dutch @ Aug 12 2010, 04:26 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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... picture of a Petrochromis Famula Kambwimba[/b]
And here another one

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Very nice pictures everyone, this makes me want to purchase some myself. I like the way their mouths are shaped and colored. they look almost like human mouths.
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I was able to get a group of these Famula "Gold" or Texas Famula Gold for my buddy...
I will take the first drop of these guys for myself.... My fee for getting them for him ..... LOL
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