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  1. SOLD thanks mcfry40. Hope you enjoy them
  2. Heading to the Sunshine Coast this Sunday and can meet or drop off along the way if anyone is interested
  3. I have 10 Tropheus Kasanga for sale 3-6cm. $180 for all 10. Video of parents. PM me if interested located Miami Gold Coast IMG_1977.MOV
  4. My big boy with some of his tank mates. F1 Tropheus Bulu Point and Eretmodus Cyanostictus Kipili Blue Spot
  5. I had a good colony a few years back now and sold close to 50fry to people on this forum. Not sure how they went for them but all should be at a breeding age by now. I wish I still had them as I only have one big male left. Cool Petro. Not as aggressive as other Petros and I’d definitely love to keep them again! My F1s came from a breeder in Melbourne. I’m pretty sure a lady called Sharon, a member from the old Tropheus Fanatics website. Good luck
  6. Tropheus and Tang Gobies! Tropheus for their activity and Gobies for their love of their keepers!
  7. I have Red Rainbows, Ikola and Duboisi ready to go. I also have some Petrochromis Trewavase which can be housed with Tropheus
  8. Big colony 40-50 Tropheus, Gobies and some Petrochromis! Plenty of everything..
  9. I've been feeding Algaemax and Thera A to my Tropheus colonies as well as my Petros. Trophs took to it over a couple of feedings and the piggy Petros smashed it from day dot. I'll continue feeding both foods to my fish so people who buy fry from me have an option as to what they continue feeding them, in case of other tank mates wanting what Thera A has to offer ingredient wise. No complaints on the Algaemax though. If my fish are happy and breeding, then I'm happy!
  10. There's 2 Tropheus books out. The 1st was put out ( I think 2003 ) by Aqualog- African Cichlids 2 Tanganyika 1 Tropheus And the latest by Ad Konings ( 2013 ) Tropheus In Their Natural Habitat Both have plenty of pics and info. Enjoy your Trophs!!
  11. You could definitely house 30-40 Tropheus in a 6x2x2.5. I have 39 Red Rainbows (Kasanga) in a 6x2x2 and around 30 Ikola , 15 Petrochromis Trewavasae and a pair of Gobies in my other 6x2x2. As long as you keep the water clean and feed them the right diet you shouldn't have any issues.
  12. Bunnings play sand is another option. Again needs a good rinse and from memory it's under $10 for 20kgs??
  13. It's all I keep! Tropheus and Petros are my fav but love my Sand Sifters and Cyps too, I'd also love another tank for Feather fins! Can't stop at one tank / bio type. Addicted
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