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Tanganyikan stocking has begun!

Discussion in 'African Rift Lake Cichlids' started by wesleydnunder, Dec 1, 2018.

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    I've begun stocking, thanks to my great friends Prosper and Shannon Debee at Aqua Zoo in Houston. Yesterday I picked up:
    3) eretmodus cyanostictus "Isanga"
    4) lamprologus brevis
    4) altolamprologus compressiceps "sumbu dwarf"

    All are healthy and eating.

    More on order! 20181130_174859.jpg 20181201_081736.jpg 20181201_081821.jpg 20181201_082057.jpg 20181201_082042.jpg
     
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    Great pics. Very cool!
     
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    Looks good!! You forgot to mention the ghost shrimp.;)
     
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    Very nice looking setup and stocking! Are the shrimps doing well with the cichlids?
     
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    Not ghost shrimp, Sulawesi Malawa Shrimp. The colony has been in that tank for over a decade. Didn't feel right to dump them on a lfs even though they'll likely eventually become snacks.

    Mark
     
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    The adults are big enough to co-exist with the current residents. The new shrimplets are being hunted by the brevis and the comps.
     
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    Thanks Joel!

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    Love those little guys.

    Maybe some day for me.
     
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    Awesome looking!!!
     
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    That is what I supposed. Nice tank anyways!
     

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