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what victorian is this?

Postby johnchor » Tue Apr 03, 2012 2:32 am

hello folks and victorian experts,

need your help again :oops:

what are these? :popcorn:

http://cichlidscentre.multiply.com/photos/album/9/9

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Postby samaki » Tue Apr 03, 2012 2:35 am

Hi Jonchor it's a kind of thick skin, I doubt them being true brownae because of the barring and the general body color and the head profile, but this seems a nice strain of sp44
xris :)
musy o tunya the water sounds like thunder

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Postby johnchor » Tue Apr 03, 2012 3:31 am

hello samaki,

this is good news! :D

atleast now i will have some PURE Hap sp.44 "thickskin" :thumb:

thanks again sir!

samaki wrote:Hi Jonchor it's a kind of thick skin, I doubt them being true brownae because of the barring and the general body color and the head profile, but this seems a nice strain of sp44
xris :)
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Postby johnchor » Tue Apr 03, 2012 6:21 am

hello folks and experts

sorry to trouble you again

what is this fish?

http://www.livefish.com.au/tropicals/ci ... 4-5cm.html

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Postby samaki » Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:32 am

HI It's definitively not Pundamilia nyererei and to tell you I don't know what this fish is, it has some kinda H.phytophagus characteristics but also others that I'm unable to see. Idoubt this to be a true species but perhaps a X generation of crosses..
xris :)
musy o tunya the water sounds like thunder

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http://photobucket.com/albums/d163/Issa-samaki/
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Postby johnchor » Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:38 am

hello samaki

thanks for advice :thumb:
yes i too suspect this is a hybrid.

thanks again sir

samaki wrote:HI It's definitively not Pundamilia nyererei and to tell you I don't know what this fish is, it has some kinda H.phytophagus characteristics but also others that I'm unable to see. Idoubt this to be a true species but perhaps a X generation of crosses..
xris :)
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Postby johnchor » Wed Apr 04, 2012 12:15 pm

hello experts again

sorry to keep repeating

what are these? Pundamilia nyererei?

http://www.fishmartthailand.com/product ... en_2442195

if they are pure breed, i'll be flying over to get them soon :P

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Postby StructureGuy » Wed Apr 04, 2012 12:38 pm

johnchor wrote:what are these? Pundamilia nyererei?


Yes. Hopefully, that is a picture of what they are actually breeding and selling. I often see pictures taken from my web site and then used by some one else to sell their fish. So before "flying over there" you might want to verify that is a picture of their fish.

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Postby johnchor » Wed Apr 18, 2012 11:46 pm

hello experts
my supplier has replied, are these Pundamilia nyererei?

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StructureGuy wrote:
johnchor wrote:what are these? Pundamilia nyererei?


Yes. Hopefully, that is a picture of what they are actually breeding and selling. I often see pictures taken from my web site and then used by some one else to sell their fish. So before "flying over there" you might want to verify that is a picture of their fish.

Kevin
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Postby samaki » Thu Apr 19, 2012 3:02 am

Hi it seems so...they seem of a good quality.
P.nyererei.
xris
do you have a location like Makobe, or ruty island??
musy o tunya the water sounds like thunder

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Postby johnchor » Thu Apr 19, 2012 3:11 am

hello sir

no the supplier do not know the location, they speak thai...lolx :P

but i am gonna get 6 of them next week, 2males 4 females to start a breeding group.

1 big male 4incher will be in my 67gallon display tank :drooling:

the others 2 incher will be in a 35 gal breeder tank... :drooling:

thank u sir

samaki wrote:Hi it seems so...they seem of a good quality.
P.nyererei.
xris
do you have a location like Makobe, or ruty island??
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Postby JSadler » Thu Apr 19, 2012 11:28 am

He's a good-looking fish. Love the yellow stripes.
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