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Thread: Telmatochromis sp. "Orange Scribble" 2/6/2011

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    Smile Telmatochromis sp. "Orange Scribble" 2/6/2011

    These are the ones I picked up from FLP the other day.

    Female #1 she is the darkest out of the bunch.




    Female #2 yellowest/lightest


    Closeup crop of above photos :P





    No pictures of the male yet, he doesn't venture out much besides during feeding.

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    Great shots! Love the teeth on the females.
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    WOW, those are some really great photos. I sure wouldnt want to get bitten by that set of teeth in her mouth. Nice looking fish!

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    Great pics as always!

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    Thanks everyone.


    If these were any larger I would be afraid to do waterchange lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afrabat View Post
    Great shots! Love the teeth on the females.
    he says it all.
    wow that is close up.
    230 gal. and way to many Fish : )

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    Thanks


    Here's two new pix


    Dark female


    Only decent picture of the male.

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    The ones I had were about as nasty as a piranha. Nice pic.
    What do you mean goodeid?

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    Looks great!
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    they looks very mean, what are you keeping them with?

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    Thanks everyone


    They're currently in a 20L with half a dozen black ruby barbs and a few clown loaches.

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    Those Pics are awesome boon. I'm glad I picked one up. I didn't know how mean they were but I'm still glad. If you have a spare female let me know :)
    Jim

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    Don't have any extra females but place I got them from still have at least two females left.


    On a side note just found around 50 frys swimming around in tank.

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