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About boonahsider

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    Sydney, NSW
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    Currently keeping:
    WC Tropheus Red Rainbow,
    WC Neolamprologus brichardi,
    F1 Tropheus Yellow Nkonde,
    Eretmodus Marksmithi Orange Kigoma F1,
    Eretmodus Cyanostictus Kipili F1
    Cyprichromis leptosoma tricolor Mpimbwe,
    Metriaclima sp. "msobo"
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  1. Nice Tang Tank mate! Are these P. Moshi Yellow from Jims's line?
  2. Cool! 100% she is holding. Normally what I did about holding female is buy a fry saver from aquarium shop and put her in there. Is this first time for her? if so let her spit in fry saver so your son can see fry and mother interaction/relationship after she spit the fry out...like sometimes fry go back in to Mother's mouth. No fry saver, all fry will be eaten/crushed by other fishes. Good luck!
  3. Awesome pic! Is she collect from Wild?
  4. Recent update photos of Tropheus moorii Yellow Nkonde.
  5. Great shots! Love the picture of head shot. Absolutely stunning! Do you know what generation of this Trops.?
  6. When I was keeping them, I had 1 male and 2 females. Bought them off from John @bexley as trio at 4-5cm. Males showing the crimson red/yellow, whilst females show the black strips and more of a goden yellow sheen. They bred like a rabbit. One point, I even thought gaving my females a break from breeding so bought another female from lfs. My male constantly chasing the new girl to breed but unfournately she die after 3 weeks. Josh is right! making sure there are 2 females in trio.
  7. Hello Everyone, T. Yellow Nkonde is one of the endangered cichlids of Tanganyika. This specie of Wild has been banned collection from lake since Dec 2014. As well, we have not seemed them in Oz for a while. Luckily, I've got a chance to pull them in before New law applied. These are 3-4cm German tank raised imported by Aquotix Aquariums. The following photos are taken on the day that they come in. At the moment, they are in 75g grow out tank. I will update more photos later. Thanks for looking
  8. I dont really think they have front open shop. They are like online shop. I did bought once from them mid 2014. Bought 15 peacock fry and picked them up kogarah area. Right size and bagged really well. Price is a liitle big cheaper than LFS. You can choose a few pick up locations aroud their network by pre-arragement. They set min amount for delivery. I hope this help. I havent bought from them since coz now I am keeping trops & other tangs. cheers!
  9. Recently Jim sold his beloved Yellow moshi to Benny Short. But you can still contact Jim for F1 Petrochromis red bulu fry and other trops. Red bulu fry are selling really quick so you have to act very fast. Or contact Brendon Clark from Newcastle for Petrochromis Katetes. Thanks
  10. Most of maingano males grow up to 7.5cm but a bit larger in the aquarium they can grow under 10 cm. About auratus, reach up to about 11 cm in length.
  11. I will go for Maingano. Have bred Maingano awhile ago, demand was quite good and got more interest coz of their color patten. cheers!
  12. Awesome! Thanks for sharing the photo.
  13. How about Maingano (Melanochromis Cyaneorbdos) if you like blue color? I know Crimson tides is pretty aggressive. Will you be breeding them or just display? I would like to suggest Saulosi but they might inter-breeding with electric Yellow..may be. Thanks
  14. Great set up! Love those Big rocks Where did you get them?
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