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Looking Bigger, Brighter, and Thicker
The beautiful young male Labeotropheus trewavasae, named Tré, shown above, guarding his favorite group of Cichlid Stones. Click here to learn more about Cichlid Stones.
Flame Released her Fry this week.
Here is Flame. She spawned a few weeks ago with Percy. Click here for that story. Just recently she release her babies from that spawn, but none of them are visible now. Usually a few are able to hide and survive. She looks plump and healthy now. A few days later Tom moved one of the Cichlid Stones and saw 5 or 6 newly released Red Zebra fry. So apparently some of Flame's babies survive.
His name is Bob, or is it?
Here are two new pictures, just above, of the same beautiful young male Pseudotropheus Maylandia greshakei that Tom and Nevin talked about last week. Just for fun Tom called this fish Bob, and maybe the name will stick.
The Corydoras sterbai are doing well.
The new Cory Catfish, shown in the photos just above, are all eating, growing, and doing well in the 55-gallon aquarium with the Angelfish and Bushymouth Plecostomus.
The New Serpae Tetras
Last week just before the show Nevin delivered 12 nice mature Serpae Tetras and put them in the 55-gallon Angelfish Aquarium. Just above is a picture of one of the new Serpaes. A few years ago the scientific name of this species was Hyphessobrycon serpae, but now it is Hyphessobrycon eques.
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