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Found 5 results

  1. Just wondering if any members have these & have had them breed? Any ideas who may have them in Brisbane? Cheers
  2. Came across this old prety cool video of mine after sifting through the hard drive and had to share it. The pair overtook the cave after shoo-ing the bristlenoses away. The male is an import and the displaying female was bred by Pete (Briztoon/pk333).
  3. Hey Guys, I got a pr of these a little while back from briz, and i was thinking of doing a biotope/biotype with them in it, well i've found where they originate - I've been trying to find what other fish may be suitable tankmates - tank will be 3x18x18 the only thing is they must be from the same area as the "dehane"
  4. Doing a bit of a tank clean today since the mass vallisneria die off in the tank. It seams the female taeniatus "dehane" has really started to colour up and taken up residence inside a driftwood cave.
  5. I am having no luck in getting my pair of Pelvicachromis Taeniatus to spawn. They both display to one another regularly. The male has removed the females tail twice but it has now regrown. Any assistance would be much appreciated.
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