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  1. I have 1 acuticeps left in the prime of its breeding life 2 years old. It is the one that was here years ago. Got the parent ages ago from @sorrozFrom chilumba. Both imports to aust on west coast. More recent from senga bay. My one not senga bay. I am happy to donate it to someone if they can prove to me if that variant is still around and they have a colony of that type. I have no use for one. Should be bred if still around fyi @humbug
  2. 1st one is OB zebra, 2nd one I agree it looks like aceii.
  3. Is anyone else keeping these right now? The male I have from the Tanzania side is turning out to be the best one I have kept, seems to have a lot of red in the body.
  4. Hi mate, tank looks great, gots lots of variety of plants in there. I bet the plants have grown a bit since then.
  5. Nice setup, do you have the fish in now?
  6. My mate has a male, they are really nice fish now. Anyone know of any females around?
  7. If they do put a lot of resources into policing this, we should be outraged that our taxes are funding something so ridiculous. Over-regulation is a big problem these days. Not sure of they could justify a fine for selling a fish online and if so it would make a great idea for a story on a current affairs show. E.g. a case study of a kid that sells his goldfish to a friend then gets slapped with a fine.
  8. Everyone should just continue as normal. There is no way the beaurocrats can police everyone.
  9. Yeah I won't be entering these photos into any photography competitions, although highly stylized depictions, these photos are with my dodgy phone camera! I will bring out the slr next time he's showing off to the girls.
  10. I did a water change on my tank and the Lichnochromis Acuticeps fired up. He looks awesome and giving plenty of attention to the females. Not far off breeding now I reckon. I have tamed them up and they are hand-feeding with shrimp which is pretty cool. Anyone else keeping these at the moment?
  11. Is there any left in Australia? I doubt they are still around.
  12. Hi thanks for that. I remember when these first arrived, I think about 2 years ago. At that time, there was a lot of new fish around. I think its possible it might just have been labelled wrong, but yeah my first thoughts were that it did look like an mbuna cross possibly labidochromis hongi. But the hap it was crossed with must have been elongated in that case, and interesting dark splotch under the eye.
  13. It looks like a really cool fish, elongated and seems like some yellow coming through up top. Interesting head shape, however not pointed. Mylochromis go through colour transformations at different times in there lives, it would be interesting to see a pic of an adult.
  14. I have noticed that there have been a few of these available of recent times. I have had a look at the fish and they appear different to what I have seen online overseas. Interested to hear people's opinions. If they are not mylochromis, is it possible they could be another rare species that was brought in that we should identify, as it is possible they came here under that name?
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