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Postby ant » Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:35 pm

After doing a bit of research etc ive found that frontosa to be an intriguing species..
Seem a moody species etc
But boy can they be expensive though, im in no rush but i may just be tempted to have a go...
Plenty to weigh up first.....




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Re: frontosa

Postby Grant » Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:39 pm

congratulations on the 1000 :text-bravo: .... now what you on about?
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Re: frontosa

Postby ant » Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:50 pm

Rambling on mate and bored.....dont mix well..
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Re: frontosa

Postby Broggo » Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:57 pm

Congrats on the 1000th bud
Should've been 2000th but we have had to modify/edit a whole lot of poo from your keypad.
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Keep up the good work matey
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Re: frontosa

Postby ant » Sun Oct 28, 2012 4:04 pm

:text-lol: nice one broggo mate.....
its just im a bit frustrated, ive been spending a few ays recently researching on frontosa well actually gibberosa and im interested in the zaire Blue Moba..
But there is nothing around hardly and what there is its american...
I understand the trials and pit falls etc of having trouble sexing frontosa and the general topic is buying so many and then thinning out the males etc until you get a group of 1m to 5 or 6 females which helps with agression..
Plenty of people say they are a single species aquarium fish and some people mix them with other fish, one guy ive been talking to is doing a mixed aquarium starting with juves and i think thats my way to go is with juves.....
i supposereally the only way to learn sometimes is the hard way....
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