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  1. Hi all, Happy new year guys! I am not a robot. My partner and I have decided to keep some fish here in brisbane. I have kept aquatic animals (fish/amphibians) for awhile back in another tropical country so I am quite familiar with the basics of this hobby. However I need some help picking out a fish (or a few) that is extremely hardy and low maintenance. We are committed to caring for the fishes but would like to avoid extra steps that we may stuff up along the way (partner will be very upset if they die). We are not partial to the looks but it would be an added bonus if they were colorful/cute/not-too-small-or-large. We intend to be getting a small tank so any fish that are happy in groups of <5 would be fine. If there are a few choices among the recommendations we do not mind getting a couple species. Thanks in advance for any advice offered! Looking forward to more interaction on this forum in the future.
  2. A great guy (JB) sold me these as little guys a little while back and they are a beautiful variety of tropheus if you ask me.I like tropheus when they have there little tiffs and flare up those mohawk like dorsals....cool little dudes...remind me of the guy with the crossbow arm on mad max 2...naturally So some snaps of the mpulungu Jason and can only say you'll get great tropheus from this guy..
  3. For Ausfishy...................some "whole fish" not "just it's face".............nearly lost the discus tail though
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