Tropheus moori "bemba"

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    Pedro Algae harvester

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    This is a Tropheus moori "bemba" that I also adopted from Jared. Thnx once again Jared :thumb:

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    This is the first Tropheus species that I've kept and they are absolutely awesome fish. A big school (40+) of these must be friggin' awesome to own.

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    They're a very fast and frenetic species and it's incredible to watch this guy eat - he just gobbles down whatever he can from the lower/mid and upper water columns.

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    He's looking good! Cool pics too.

    As I'm sure you know, with tropheus you can either keep one or more than 15. So if you're planning on adding more, you'll have to add a lot more.
     
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    Thanks Ryan. He's very photogenic ;)

    Yip. If I never ever get to find exactly what I'm looking for I might just go for a very large school of Tropheus. Lets see what happens in the next several months.
     

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