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Old 11-11-2005, 01:07 AM   #1
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Neolamprologus brichardi

I just received my order of 10 Neolamprologus brichardi's today. They range from 1 inch to over 2 inches long. It looks like a have a good variety of sizes so that I will hopefully get a pair or 2 out of this bunch. Anyways, here is one of my little guys.

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Wow! Very nice!
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They look great. Congrats!
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Congrats!! Nice fish.
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IME it doesn't take much to get Brichardi to breed I seem to have 1 male and 4 females and he keep them all with broods
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I thought these N.Brichardi's pair off for life? I got interested in these little guys due to the fact that all the adults watch over eachothers fry and that the fry watch over each other as well. It's pretty cool!
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There doesn't seem to be any pair bonds with mine. The young juveniles do guard the younger fry though - very courageous they are too when facing off with 5 inches of N.livingstoni
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Real Nice looking fish!!!!
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someone should tell him he's got way too mich blue eyeshadow on

Very nice looking fish!
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I love the blue eye shadow Lori. These guys have so much personality and are really fiesty!! I'm truly enjoying them.
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