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Re: F1 Tropheus Ikola fry

Postby liamb » Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:01 pm

hi craig i no that when they are holding they get big chins but is it hard to see in tropheus if they are holding within the first few days as i saw 2 breeding yesterday and even seen her let her eggs go then pick them up but cant tell if she is still holding cos theres no big chin on her
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Re: F1 Tropheus Ikola fry

Postby Adie » Mon Apr 04, 2011 4:38 pm

liamb wrote:hi craig i no that when they are holding they get big chins but is it hard to see in tropheus if they are holding within the first few days as i saw 2 breeding yesterday and even seen her let her eggs go then pick them up but cant tell if she is still holding cos theres no big chin on her


I'm glad its not just me I am strugling to see holding females there chins dont seem to buldge quite like malawis do.
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Re: F1 Tropheus Ikola fry

Postby liamb » Mon Apr 04, 2011 4:49 pm

yep i agree iv seen a pair breeding and also seen 2 others look like they were holding but everything except 2 seem to go mad at feeding time but they just hang back and dont eat so it confuses me
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Re: F1 Tropheus Ikola fry

Postby muzzy » Mon May 09, 2011 1:21 pm

Nice
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Re: F1 Tropheus Ikola fry

Postby bawbag » Mon May 23, 2011 10:29 pm

NICE, be nice to see some more pics as they proress, are you a real fifer?
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