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Pelvicachromis Taeniatus (New Shots)

Discussion in 'African Riverine & Madagascar' started by Treefork, Nov 6, 2010.

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    Well my babies are growing. I took two out to another tank for a week trying to see if they would pair off, they just kind of hung out so I put them back in with the rest (I have 7) and suddenly all four females started showing breeding colors and the males all started trying to show each other up. I hope I inadverdantly triggered some pairing off. :) These are P. Taeniatus "Lokundje".
     

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    Great looking fish and good luck with them!
     
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    sweet pictures. Great fish you have there I've always wanted to get my hands on some of those
     
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    Great looking pics! I really like the P.taeniatus.
     
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    Beautiful fish, I'd love to have them too:)
     
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    Here's a few more shots of the males I got a few minutes ago. I love the shot where he's peeking out of the pot at the female. :)
     

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    Great shots. I especially like the peek-a-boo shot!!
     
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    HAHA the second to last shot is the best.
     
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    Another new shot..

    If I didn't mention above these are "Lokoundje".
     

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    Great shots and great looking taeniatus. The yellow is really starting to show on your lokoundje. How big are they now? Don't you just love the spotting on the tails.
     

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