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    astotatilipia aneocolor





    chilotes wanted.

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    Your pics are looking awesome guys!!!! Wow...HEre is a couple shots of mine.






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    Nice fish Bre!
    Here's a few pictures of my Paralabidochromis sp. "Rock Kribensis" mwanza gulf.







    Last edited by Jeff F.; 03-30-2009 at 10:45 AM.
    Hello. And welcome! Will work for Victorians!!
    My first video!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrczj...ature=youtu.be

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    Digging thru some older pics. Here's a couple of my old stud P. n. Python Is.



    Kinda miss that old guy now

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    Well I anxiously awaited 14 days for my first xystichromis phytophagus that was holding. I stripped her today and got 9 healthy free swimmers at about 1/4". Not bad for a first clutch!



    Hello. And welcome! Will work for Victorians!!
    My first video!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrczj...ature=youtu.be

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    Well, I got up this morning and my dominant male xystichromis phytophagus had on his Sundays best dress. I immediately dimmed the tank lights and threw on some Marvin Gaye. Two hours later I had a holding female!!!




    Looks like I'm gonna have fry coming out my ears. Tank #10 coming soon!
    Hello. And welcome! Will work for Victorians!!
    My first video!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrczj...ature=youtu.be

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    More Vix Pix!!

    Zebra.....



    Mbipia cf. lutea "spotbar" yala swamp(male) 1.5"



    Mbipia cf. lutea "spotbar" yala swamp(female) 1.25"

    Hello. And welcome! Will work for Victorians!!
    My first video!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrczj...ature=youtu.be

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    i know this is a picture thread but i thought you might want to see this .
    pundamilia macrocephala spawning.
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    Very cool pics Jeff and nice video deadman.

    Here's a couple more.



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    I got some fry from Kevin B. a while back and I've had them growing out in a 10g. This week I started to see a little color developing so I moved them into a 29g last night. Immediately I have dominant and sub-dominant males that have stepped up and it shouldn't be anytime until the boys are "gittin bizzy". They will NOT sit still right now so it's very hard to get good pictures but here goes.......

    Xystichromis sp. "Kyoga flameback" male 1.5"




    I'm really excited to see what becomes of these guys. They're showing sings of being absolutely beautiful!
    Hello. And welcome! Will work for Victorians!!
    My first video!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrczj...ature=youtu.be

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    jeff you inspired me to get some pics today of my kyogas as well.

    here is dad

    here is one of his male children




    oh i almost for got i also caught this



    and this male sp salmon

    an old picture of my male zebra

    Last edited by deadman-1; 04-11-2009 at 11:49 PM.
    chilotes wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff F. View Post
    Mbipia cf. lutea "spotbar" yala swamp(female) 1.25"

    I would like to make a correction to this post. This is my first time working with mbipia cf. lutea and I just assumed that the females were the ones that looked obviously different. Well, yesterday I saw what looked like one of the males holding so I did some investigating. It turns out that there was a mix up from the dealer I got them from. The 4 "blotchy" ones are actually Paralabidochromis sp. "red fin piebald". Mistakes happen so I'm calling it lucky that the two species are different enough that there shouldn't be any inbreeding.
    Here's an actual picture of the female holding. It's my first mbipia spawn so I'm pretty excited.


    My first successful spawn will be gifted to Kevin B. for the beautiful fry he gave me. Start setting up a tank!
    Hello. And welcome! Will work for Victorians!!
    My first video!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrczj...ature=youtu.be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff F. View Post
    The 4 "blotchy" ones are actually Paralabidochromis sp. "red fin piebald".
    Here's mine:



    I love how the colors are so varied.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff F. View Post
    My first successful spawn will be gifted to Kevin B. for the beautiful fry he gave me.
    Excellent!
    Kevin
    PS. I'm working some incredible overtime lately so I've not been around as much as usual.

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    jeff these are mine that i picked up down there at the last auction, im hoping the blue comes in more with age this male is barely 2 inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff F. View Post
    I got some fry from Kevin B. a while back and I've had them growing out in a 10g. This week I started to see a little color developing so I moved them into a 29g last night. Immediately I have dominant and sub-dominant males that have stepped up and it shouldn't be anytime until the boys are "gittin bizzy". They will NOT sit still right now so it's very hard to get good pictures but here goes.......

    Xystichromis sp. "Kyoga flameback" male 1.5"




    I'm really excited to see what becomes of these guys. They're showing sings of being absolutely beautiful!
    They look great! The ones I have are about 2" and are looking very similar to yours. And what a coincidence, I'm moving my kyoga flameback juvies into a 29 gallon. Nice job working with them Jeff.

    P.S. This is Tydus on Monsterfishkeepers.

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