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I was interested in some goldheads and found some kasanga and kigoma variations. I take it these are just different spots where they habitat? Im looking for the brighter colour variant, so would this be the kasanga?, as it hard to find good pics on the net. Anyone have any pics of either? cheers
 

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Yes they are different locations or " collection points". I have gold head "muzi" I don't have very good pics, but if you look back a page or two in the index for the "post pics of your altolamps" thread you will find many pics of different ones. I don't know how to post the link to it.
 

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Yes *** looked at that thread a few times. The muzi do look very nice aswell but havent ever seen them for sale in uk. Unfortunatly there isnt any kigoma pics. Im waiting for some pics from a supplier atm but just wanted to see anyone elses. cheers
 

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Yes they are different locations or " collection points". I have gold head "muzi" I don't have very good pics, but if you look back a page or two in the index for the "post pics of your altolamps" thread you will find many pics of different ones. I don't know how to post the link to it.
Just curious how long you have had yours and if they are wild?

Thanks,
Russ
 

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Russ, I've only had mine about 2 months. They are supposed to be F1's, but I don't know the breeder personally. I hate to sound negative, but it seems to me there are alot of people claiming their fish are W/C.
Some people will lie and somebody, honestly, have been mislead themselves. I see some crazy stuff on Aquabid (and some great stuff too). You can ask to see their receipt ;) Some people might get offended - not me.
 
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