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While I Was Raiding The Seachem At Vebas.

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#1 Kleinz

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 04:33 PM

I took the opportunity to snap some photos of  a few things at Vebas while I was there the other day.

Some iodotropheus sprengerae "rusty cichlid" fry.
Syndontontis.... petricola? multipunctatus? I can never tell the difference :mellow:
A feisty Texas
Synodontis ocelifer
paratilapia polleni (is it called something else now?)
If the other one was multipunctatus, then this is petricola, but if the other one is petricola, then this is a cuckoo catfish.. you know what I mean.. :huh:
young placidochromis phenochilus gissel. I really like these and was very tempted. Maybe next time.
Aulonocara maylandi: one of my favourite peacocks. the photo just doesn't do this guy justice.
Since it seems to be "bring a catfish to work" day, here's a small synodontis decorus pondering on a rock.
Placidochromis milomo "VC10"
Some black angels
The nano marine from the counter top that we all love so much

The special commemorative We-are -driving-round-Australia-in-a-van Seachem bottles. They are quite attractive, replete with aboriginal style designs. What's a bit of cultural appropriation between friends, bro? ;)

#2 Redevilz

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 05:01 PM

Nice shots Kleinz. That Texas is STUNNING,

#3 Mattymak

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 05:50 PM

Very nice ! Those placidochromis phenochilus gissel are amazing!

#4 Bombshocked

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 06:38 PM

i got a soft spot for black angels.....

#5 Peckoltia

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 06:43 PM

First one is multipunctatus and second one is petricola. Easy way for you to tell is that first dorsal spine on the petricola is obviously white all the way from the base, in comparison to the multi' that only has the top half that is "whitish".

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