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Aul. sp. Undu reef



Aul. Ruby red



Placidochromis phenochilus



Protmelas spilonatus

 

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They look great! :thumb:
 

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Your Pheno is pretty well speckled all ready! Very beautiful :thumb:
 

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Copadichromis azureus



Taiwon reef



M. Msobo



N. venustus

 

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That P. Spilonatus "Tanzania" is beautiful! I've been looking for them for the past year, but to no avail. I'm actually looking for the Luili type.
 

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That little guy is only 1 1/2 " and if I hadn't watched him color - up myself I'd think he was hormoned. He's going to be a nice fish.
 

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Thanks. The tank is 230 gallons.
 

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WOW beutiful fish and nice tank, what camera do you use to take pics of you're tank and if you use a slr what lense do you use for it thanks
 

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The camera is a Rebel XT the lense is the kit lense EFS 8-55mm. I put tissue paper over the flash, darken the room and use autofocus because I have no idea how to use manual settings and I don't understand photography jargon. F-stop this and aperature that, ISO speed. I am clueless as to what most of this stuff means or how to use it. I've tried settings recommended by others before and I don't get the results that I do with auto settings.
 

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Spilonotus Tanzania is one of the best Haps to get. I loved mine when I had them. They would always greet me whenever I fed them and thanked me by splashing me every single time!!!

A great fish which needs a large tank - 125g or more!!!
 
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