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I'm IDing mine with older books and in the older books they didn't have as much color as what your have.

Oh and one of the girls is holding :D

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Yea, riverines are always tough. There are often quite a few locational variants even within the same species. Trying to ID the differences between the various Pelvicachromis taeniatus location for example, makes my head spin.

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Victorians and all the related species and CP's in general make my head spin :lol:

gotta love them though!


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I think I now have 2 girls holding in there, wont know till I go to move them though, they are hiding in the monster java fern in the tank.


Ya they are soo similar!

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Well I now have a 10g with quite a few fry.
Here is an updated pic of the more colorful males.
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Good morning, It looks like you wont ship fish during the winter, how about withing the state of Fl and with a heat pack?, thanks againg.

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they are looking nice. i may have to get some from you.

now i just need to buy a bigger house to fit more tanks. to many dang fish in this world that i love.

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SS, they seem to be slow growers so it will be a while before they are big enough to ship, but ya instate is doable during the winter.

Dre, just let me know, sschult is getting the first batch that's ready though.
They really are a happy go lucky fish, eat from my hands and not scared of the siphon and always trying to 'help' me clean their tank to the point of being in my way.

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