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post May 28 2006, 04:51 AM
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G'day All,

I just got the heads up about this great forum you guys have got, had a bit of a read, was very impressed with the knowledge shown, and therefore decided to sign up.

I live in Sydney, Australia (Go you Socceroos!!! th_38326493.gif ) and I have a 125 gallon tank which holds my beloved Moops (T. moorii Mpulungu, or Kasakalawe as they are now known). I have a colony of 38 beautiful adults, they are a mix of F1 and WC individuals. I have had these guys for a bit over 2 years, I just love 'em to bits.

Anyway, thanks for taking me on board. The topics are unreal and the support everyone gives each other is really cool thumbsup.gif .

Here's a couple of pics of the guys smile.gif.










I'll tell the Moops you said hi and I'll seeyas around,
Jamie.


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post May 28 2006, 08:09 AM
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Very nice Moops. We have 2 others i know of that have moops, Jolley and Matt(hornplayer54)


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180- 32 WC tropheus malagarasi 75g-mbuna, soon to be eureka red colony
55g- cycling, to house 2m/8f ngara flametails
20g long- 54 malagarasi fry(180g has about 15 more in it)
20g long- 27 .5 inch ngara fry
20g long- saulosi and afra cobue fry(has my new breeder cobue in it)
10g- labeo. trew. mphanga fry


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post May 28 2006, 08:48 AM
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Cheers, yeah John's Ts are sweet. Your Malagarasis are unreal. One of my mates over here got inspired by your colony and has a group coming from Africa.

Jamie.


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post May 28 2006, 09:06 AM
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Hey, thanks, that makes me feel good. I really think these are better than ikola kaisers. Have you seen my gallery. Those are what they really look like. I will get new pics soon. When he gets his, tell him to join this forum and post some pics.


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180- 32 WC tropheus malagarasi 75g-mbuna, soon to be eureka red colony
55g- cycling, to house 2m/8f ngara flametails
20g long- 54 malagarasi fry(180g has about 15 more in it)
20g long- 27 .5 inch ngara fry
20g long- saulosi and afra cobue fry(has my new breeder cobue in it)
10g- labeo. trew. mphanga fry


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post May 28 2006, 10:22 AM
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Fantastic! Welcome aboard, Jamie. I'm really glad to see you here. I was hoping you find your way over here. Look forward to seeing you around. icon_thumbsup.gif icon_thumbsup.gif



Oh yeah, Great pics, mate! icon_mrgreen.gif

John


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post May 28 2006, 10:58 AM
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Excellent pics! How big are they now? I know you said some were WC - how about the F1s? I haven't had mine too long and am curious about their "normal" growth rate.


This post has been edited by HornPlayer54: May 28 2006, 10:59 AM


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post May 28 2006, 11:31 AM
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G'day mate and a very welcome to our forum. We're glad to have you aboard. th_38326493.gif

Nice pictures you got there and some beautiful fish. Thanks for sharing. thumbsup.gif


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post May 28 2006, 01:30 PM
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Jamie,

I am very glad that you have joined our happy family. Our gene pool is now much more diverse.

Glad to have ya!

Geoff


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180 Gallon Tropheus Livua, Lupota*, and Ikola
180 Gallon Tropheus Duboisi, Katoto, and Rutunga
125 Gallon Tropheus Ujiji, Lupota*moving here
70 Gallon Tropheus Zongwe


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post May 28 2006, 02:59 PM
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Welcome Parrdog !!!


Glad to see you here now !!!!


Love them Trophs !!! Keep 'em coming !!!





Scott


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post May 28 2006, 08:51 PM
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Derek Forsyth

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OHHH GREAT !!! ANother Trop keeper !!!Im getting ganged up on here!!

Plus he know how to take great pictures so Im never going to win a photo contest!!

What you going to try and turn me to trops tooo?????I dont think so!!

LOL

Great to have you here my arch nemisis (even though you dont know it yet!! LOL

Enjoy the site there are some great people here (despite the fact they keep trops)


Derek


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