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E. cyanostictus Zambian blue spot

Post  Betty on 2014-05-27, 23:44

I got a few of these in a group buy a long time ago.  Only one survived. I ordered a few more in another group buy, but a couple were doa and the others didn't live long, so I gave up trying to add more.

I love the spots and the really cute face.

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Post  MRTom on 2014-05-28, 01:34

Gorgeous dots! Does that mean that after all that work, only one is still around?
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Post  Guest on 2014-05-28, 01:35

Weird looking and beautiful at the same time.

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Post  cichlid-gal on 2014-05-28, 07:58

Beautiful fish Betty...sorry you didn't end up with a group of them Sad
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Re: E. cyanostictus Zambian blue spot

Post  fishNAbowl on 2014-05-28, 08:36

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 Cool - I like both these guys. Are they both African fish?
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Post  Betty on 2014-05-28, 10:36

Thanks all.  

MrTom, yes, it's the only survivor, but there wasn't any effort on my part in raising them.  The others didn't live long; some not even through their quarantine period.  A couple were dead in the bag when they arrived.  I'm pretty sure I was the only one that had any fish doa in both of those group buys.  Just my luck!  That's why I don't like to order fish online.

FishNAbowl, those are both Africans from Lake Tanganyika.  The little fish is a cherry spot Tropheus fry.  It's been living dangerously, swimming around in the open, but has managed to survive. Hopefully it'll look like Dad when it's grown up.  Smile 

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Post  Madness on 2014-05-28, 11:28

Those are all beautiful Betty, love the Tropheus.

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Post  DMD123 on 2014-05-28, 11:37

The blue spot has such an interesting face. It has a ton of character and looks like it would just start talking at any moment.
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