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Tanganyikan Cichlids - What do you keep?

12 years 11 months ago #9338 by rm-slover

8x-Lamprologus ocellatus (Gold)
2x-Lamprologus speciosus (Black Occie)


if the gold occies and the black occies breed would we then have Lamprologus sp. "Black Gold"?

I got first dibs on the mutant fry!!!

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12 years 11 months ago #9321 by leej24

here's a list of tangs I currently have

Burundi Fronts (11) 1-8" male, 1-7" unsexed, but possible female, 1-4" unsexed, and 7-3" unsexed
Kigoma Fronts (12)-1.5-2"
Neolamprologus similis-5
Neolamprologus calliurus "magara"-9
Neolamprologus tetracanthus-8
Neolamprologus hecqui-2 breeding pairs, ~50 fry (0.5" and smaller)


Update

Burundi Fronts
Neolamp. similis
Neolamp. multifasciatus
Cyprichromis Jumbo tricolor
Lamp. signatus
Lamp. ocellatus
Lamp. brevis "sunspot"
Lamp. hecqui

Got Green? What's your carbon footprint?

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12 years 11 months ago #9313 by nuth88
Bob~

Congrats on the Holding Front!

My Tang List:


30 Gallon:
9x-Lamprologus multifasciatus

45 Gallon:
2x-Altolamprologus calvus (Black)
3x-Cyprichromis sp. "Leptosoma Jumbo" (Black Bee)
6x-Julidochromis marlieri
8x-Lamprologus ocellatus (Gold)
2x-Lamprologus speciosus (Black Occie)
7x-Neolamprologus cylindricus
2x-Neolamprologus leleupi (Orange)

150 Gallon:
4x-Neolamprologus tretocephalus

Nuthman~

;D

"I guess that's the way the whole durned human comedy keeps perpetuatin' itself."

(The Stranger - 6/1998)

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12 years 11 months ago #9303 by sawboy2
Replied by sawboy2 on topic Tanganyikan Cichlids - What do you keep?
Now that's funny!  LMAO!!!!!!!!

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12 years 11 months ago #9301 by Kegger22

WHOA MOMMA!!!!!!!!  Just saw something very cool.  One of my fronts are holding!  This is a first for me.  YEE-HAH BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


food for the convicts?

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12 years 11 months ago #9298 by sawboy2
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WHOA MOMMA!!!!!!!!  Just saw something very cool.  One of my fronts are holding!  This is a first for me.  YEE-HAH BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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12 years 11 months ago #9289 by
I added a few tangs lately -

Still have the longola and ephippium petros.  I just added tembwe texas petros.

I alos have congo orange o. ventralis and mpimbwe "silver streak" o. ventralis. 

I recently added lamp. moorii and tetracanthus.  Very cool.  I ordered 6 and got three pairs - more than I need.

juli regani - I love that fish.  I picked up 6 bruisers - hopefully a pair will develop.

Finally, i grabbed some white calvus and a few pairs of gold head compressiceps.  These guys used to come in at 3 and 4 " for female and males.  Now they come in at 1.75 and 3".  We may be overfishing some fish.

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12 years 11 months ago #9287 by sawboy2
Replied by sawboy2 on topic Tanganyikan Cichlids - What do you keep?
210 with 23 Burundi Fronts.  This will eventually be a colony of 10 or so.  Most are around 4" with one big male at almost 7" and some others between 5 and 6".

90 with 22 Tropheus Ilangi about 1.5"  I think I'm in trouble......these little guys are addicting.

In the 125 "Community"  various Tangs with some Malawian and Victorian,  and a few loaches.

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12 years 11 months ago #9284 by POOLSHARK
i have melanogenys/white strain occies/kantalamba cyps/unita cyps/paracyp nigripinnis/leloupi sibwesa/kachese cyps/sumbo dwarf comps/congo blue ventralis/melagriese /blue spot  gobies                                                                                                                                                                                                          i have babies of melanogenys, occies ,hecqui,unita cyps, kachese cyps,gobies,leloupi sebwesa                     

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13 years 1 month ago #4509 by Bearfan
I also have Neolamprologus Pulcher "Daffodil".  I have a breeding trio in my 25 gallon tank.  Still have the 12 Mpimbwe Fronts in my 125.

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