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    cool hybrids

    Discussion in 'Flowerhorn, Blood Parrots and Other Cichlid Crosse' started by BigFish, Dec 6, 2005.

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      i would like to buy a cool looking hybrid of some cichlids but i havnt seen alot of different types around where i live and online. does anyone have some cool looking hybrids if u do i would really like to see some pics.
       
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      I will try and post pictures of a couple of my Flower Horns for you. Go with a flower horn or Red Texas it do not get any better than these! Go to AquaBid.com and look under Flower Horn their are alot of pictures there for you to view. I hope this helps.
       
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      I love blood parrot cichlids also.

      Many years ago I had a Jack Dempsey/ Texas cross- it was a really beautiful fish.
       
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      There's a small shop here in my town selling Convict x Texas hybrids...they're ...interesting...
       
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      i hope this would help you appreciate flowerhorn, they are our island born fh in the Philippines

      Rainbow Dragon (dad2).jpg

      Thunderbolt(dad).jpg

      KGM.jpg
       
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      I like the flowerhorn's color...but that hump has got to go :p
       
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      I think only the males have them?? not 100% sure though .. grace and attitude all in one package.. :D
       
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      what kind of fish is in that picture? I have four that look like that in my tank but not that large of hump and I dont know what they are, not in any books, they are pinkish in color.
       
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      Can you post a pic?
       
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      The center picture you posted, is that a flower horn too? I have four of these fish i cant identify they look like real light pink flower horns but the hump is a bit smaller and they seem to be a bit shorter in length than the top and bottom picture you show. they are thick fish. any advice is appreciated.
       

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