A. cf. citrinellus - A potential case of F1 Midevils?

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I know I know. RD's thread on bloat needs to be stickied too. The photo threads that are stickies should be moved to the media lounge also. Sticky overhaul. ;)
 

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I know I know. RD's thread on bloat needs to be stickied too. The photo threads that are stickies should be moved to the media lounge also. Sticky overhaul. ;)
Thanks for bringing that up, I'll jump on it right now. The bloat thread would need be moved to disease/health section and stuck, I can't stick it once it leaves my sections I don't mod there.

Back on topic though, thanks again RD for putting this together!
 

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No problem Justin, it was my pleasure.
 

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Took a few hours for me to get through this thread, but it was well worth it.

Thanks RD.
 

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I was at Petsmart the other day, They actually had Midas and Red Devils for sale, seperately, at different prices. It would be interesting to buy a few of each and grow them out; see how they turn out. I don't have that much tank space, though.
 

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A short but interesting video clip by a researcher at the Universtat Konstanz involving cichlids from the midas complex.




[video]http://www.youtube.com/embed/Ia2sXH8sFsQ[/video]
 

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Glad you enjoyed it. I think that it will be interesting to see how this all plays out over the next 30 yrs. I suspect that in the end we will be seeing a dozen or more new amphilophus species described.
 
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