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Hi all

I'm new here. A friend of mine, whos' already a member here recommended that I join so here I am!

Hoping to learn more about cichlids from all of you! :)

I currently keep a variety of fish and have about 15 fishtanks... yes i know, i know....addiction, it's called! lol

Anyways, heres some pics of some of my fish:

Lethrinops sp. Red Capuz:

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Lethrinops sp. Yellow Collar:

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Lepidiolamprologus kendalli:

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I also have a colony of Lethrinops Longipinnis and am waiting for them to really colour up! :thumbup:

Other fish: GT, Gold Sev pair, BNs, Cories, Oranda Red Cap Goldfish, Angelfish, Elongatus "Neon Spots", Discus, and various other fish.

Cheers!

Kevin

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Hi all

I'm new here. A friend of mine, whos' already a member here recommended that I join so here I am!

Hoping to learn more about cichlids from all of you! :)

I currently keep a variety of fish and have about 15 fishtanks... yes i know, i know....addiction, it's called! lol

Anyways, heres some pics of some of my fish:

Lethrinops sp. Red Capuz:

IPB Image

Lethrinops sp. Yellow Collar:

IPB Image

Lepidiolamprologus kendalli:

IPB Image

I also have a colony of Lethrinops Longipinnis and am waiting for them to really colour up! :thumbup:

Other fish: GT, Gold Sev pair, BNs, Cories, Oranda Red Cap Goldfish, Angelfish, Elongatus "Neon Spots", Discus, and various other fish.

Cheers!

Kevin

Welcome!!! Nice looking fish.

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Welcome to the forum mate! Great fish - especially the Lethrinops "Yellow Collar"!

Looking forward to hearing about the rest of your collection!

Andrew.

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welcome to acef Kevin great pics cristal water great chocie in species of fish

the top pic of the Lethrinops sp. Red Capuz could be of it in space its a great shot!

thank you for sharing

Foti

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Thanks everyone, for the welcome!

I didn't take those pics. They were taken by a friend (membername: RonnyM).

All the above fish are in species tanks because I'm breeding them (or trying to!).

The Red Capuz hasn't been very successful with their breeding...... didn't go full term with holding. The Yellow Collars have constant mouthfuls (got about 50 fry/juvies at the moment), and the Longipinnis are still too young.

The Kendalli have put on a decent size and will probably breed soon (I'm hoping!).

Just sold some tanks so I'm down to 12 tanks.. :(

BUT.. I have 2 new 4ft racks coming with 4x 4x18x18 tanks.. These will be specialised Lethrinops racks! hehe!

Cheers!

Kevin

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Thanks everyone, for the welcome!

I didn't take those pics. They were taken by a friend (membername: RonnyM).

All the above fish are in species tanks because I'm breeding them (or trying to!).

The Red Capuz hasn't been very successful with their breeding...... didn't go full term with holding. The Yellow Collars have constant mouthfuls (got about 50 fry/juvies at the moment), and the Longipinnis are still too young.

The Kendalli have put on a decent size and will probably breed soon (I'm hoping!).

Just sold some tanks so I'm down to 12 tanks.. :(

BUT.. I have 2 new 4ft racks coming with 4x 4x18x18 tanks.. These will be specialised Lethrinops racks! hehe!

Cheers!

Kevin

Well when they get it right feel free to send some my way :) That red capuz is one good looking fish

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Thanks guys!

Chris, havent seen you on PCS for ages! :)

I'll be getting a colony of Lethrinops Lethrinus on Tuesday so my quest for Lethrinops (to go into the new Lethrinops dedicated tank racks) would soon be fullfilled!! :D

Cheers!

Kevin

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Here's my new Lethrinops rack:

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Top left is a colony of Lethrinops sp. Red Capuz. Bottom left is a colony of Lethrinops sp. Yellow Collar. Top right is a colony of Lethrinops Lethrinus (was empty when pic was taken. Now home to a colony of 10 Lethrinus!). Bottom right is a colony of Lethrinops Longipinnis.

Cheers! :)

Kevin

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