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Old 02-15-2005, 11:27 PM   #1
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a. trifasciata

Well.... what better addition to my planted tanks than some apistogramma trifasciata? stunning fish.... in qt now, and adjust to tank life again (hey, being shipped in a box is hard for a fish... so little water... so little light). I'm pretty excited... always a dwarf cichlid lover, I've had my fair share of rams and thought these would be the next fun thing to try. With any luck they will breed and I'll be able to share baby trifasciata with you all....

i ordered a. agassizzi too, for my other tank, but they did not make it. very sad. such a nice fish! the guy i ordered from is a cool dude, i'm sure it will all work out.

anyhoo, just thought i'd share
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