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My trifasciatas went from QT to a 20 gallon long breeding tank.
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Some fry.
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DarkOne said:
My trifasciatas went from QT to a 20 gallon long breeding tank.
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Some fry.
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Gorgeous fish! Excellent pictures! It's hard to get them to hold still to get a decent shot!
 

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Momgoose56 said:
I got them from local (Tucson, AZ) African cichlid breeder. His website:
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He ships Cichlids all over N. America.
 

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Momgoose56 said:
Gorgeous fish! Excellent pictures! It's hard to get them to hold still to get a decent shot!
I was thinking about gettng a new dslr (had a D5100) and while it was great for outdoors, it wasn't very good for indoor or for fish. I upgraded to a D7500 and a new 16-80mm lens but the 35mm lens works better for fish.

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Not sharp but the 3 species of rainbows I have.
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A few of the praecox I bred.
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M. affinis Pagwi

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Rhadinocentrus ornatus Seary's creek

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M. sp. "Running River"

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Not exactly an amazing photo but many of my boesemanI are still juveniles and not much colour. The faintest bit of orange and palest blue. I’ve been saying lately they seem to be starting to colour nicely - even though they’re still small.
Before I head to work this morning I grabbed a quick snap of one little fella who I thought is looking great! :)
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Melanotaenia splendida "Upper Katherine River"

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