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Old 06-10-2005, 08:23 PM   #1
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Pseudotropheus elongatus "Usisya" in Breeding Colo

Whoohoo, I finally found some female Ps. elongatus "Usisya" to keep my two lonely wild-caught males company and it shows. As soon as the females hit the tank my alpha male "Usisya" flushed into bright breeding coloration in a split second Here are a couple of pics of him trying to woo the ladies :P








With any luck there will be F1 offspring soon
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Gorgeous!
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WOW!
That is one beautiful fish!!!
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those will make some beautiful babies!
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Wow that is a beautiful fish. Good luck with the breeding. I hope you do get lots of babies soon.
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Thanks, I sure hope so. Right now the females are simply scared to death of him because he is about three times their size. Add to that the fact that he's really excited about the whole deal and all they want to do is run and hide
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Sounds like the end of the night at a club! LOL.
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