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Kribs and Kribettes.

Discussion in 'African Riverine & Madagascar' started by Treefork, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. Treefork

    Treefork AC Members

    Oct 20, 2010
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    Here's a few shots of my kribs. The red one I got with the one he is chasing from the same tank, though they looking nothing alike and are both males. He's really cool looking in my opinion. :) In the picture with the three males, the one in the foreground is about twice as big as the other two and is the mate of the female chasing the red krib in pic #1. The tank is a little crowded right now, though the female is the only one showing aggression toward anyone. :) The males could care less about each other. (well kinda, the two younger ones like to face off to see who's tougher)

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  2. fishboy7

    fishboy7 Amazonian Specialist

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    They look really nice!

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