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Old 06-16-2005, 06:04 PM   #11
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what was the name of the LFS?
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29-gallon
-Eheim Ecco 2232
-Heavily Planted
-1 Koi Angel, 4 Lamp-eye Tetras



55-gallon
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-African Cichlid
-2 Red Zebra, 1 Johanni, 1 Male and 1 Female Kenyi (and babies), 3 Yellow Labs, 1 Red Top Kimpuma, 1 Maylandia greshakei, 2 White Socolofi, 1 Frontosa
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The original purchase was Amazonia International on Airport road.

The trade in was at Aqua Tek on Burnet.
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never been to Amazonia International but I frequently go to Aqua Tek which is awesome.
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Old 06-24-2005, 03:40 AM   #14
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I got a free Multi that way too! They do have great behaviors and reproduce quickly. The fry are just little eye balls and gut for the longest time.
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One of the other female multies has 6 new fry swimming around her shell. And the 4 fry that I posted earlier are really 5.
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