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Old 05-01-2013, 02:13 PM   #1
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I just got a very young cichlid of some sort. The guy said it was a Mbuna. I'm still very new at this!
I don't know what this little one is? He/she does seem to have some blue on his/her fins. I'm thinking maybe a blue neon peacock cichlid? Maybe? It may be to early to tell, any suggestions would be great! Thanks!

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My best guess is Labeotropheus fuelleborni?
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My best guess is Labeotropheus fuelleborni?
Thank you! I'll look that up and read about it. Like I said, I'm very new at this! Thanks again!
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My best guess is Labeotropheus fuelleborni?
I want to say its not that. I have 5 rig now ranging from that size to an inch and the overlil is pretty obvious. Tough one. I have an afra cobue ans that looks like it but not sure
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Thank you for you're reply. The suspense is killing me. Haha! They just had all these little cichlids in a mixed tank and some you could tell what they were, this one no none knew?
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