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14 Aug 2013 17:17 - 14 Aug 2013 17:23 #1 by Homer (Kevin)
I have just realised, after receiving 30 of these from another Fish Keeper , that lots of us miiss out on wonderful Fish because of our ever present impatience, these are, by far, the most beautiful specimens I have ever seen, their size goes beyond the Book accepted size and their colouration is wonderful. He also had a collection of Venustus one of which had the most intense colouration as did that of an adult Eyebiter, the colours were amazing and all under T8 Lighting.

I think we would all understand our Fish an enjoy them more if we held our Horses and waited till the Fish we have, mature and show us what can end up with a little patience.

H.

The Glass is always greener on the other side.


It's NOT "Chee lick", NOT "Chee Chee Licks"!!! Cichlids is pronounced as "Sick Lids"!!!!!
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14 Aug 2013 17:20 #2 by sheag35 (Seamus Gillespie)
totally agree Homer, well said

Fishkeeping the Only way to get wet and wild

currently 25 tanks, and breeding is the aim of everything i keep
location:Limerick

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15 Sep 2013 12:14 #3 by Santiagovalcarcel (Santiago)
Hi Homer :

I agree with ya mate I have a few from a good breeder and friend and they are really nice fish to watch :-)

Regards,

Santiago

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15 Sep 2013 13:31 - 15 Sep 2013 13:32 #4 by CrustyCrab (Peter Biddulph)
I agree 100%
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16 Sep 2013 14:05 #5 by SpiderMonkey (Mark O'Neill)
If you get the time H stick a pic up would like to have a gander

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