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  • Posted on: 4/5/2013 13:25
Re: Neolamprologus multifasciatus #1
Ok then, thats a fair point. But sadly it seems everyone is going out for the day tomorrow (enjoying the bank holiday) so I wish you luck in being able to obtain and hopefully breed some!


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  • Posted on: 2/5/2013 14:26
Re: Neolamprologus multifasciatus #2
Yes thats right Ah cool, so you know it quite well then!
Wow! I'm not surprised to be honest, they're great little parents when nothing is around to eat the babies.
I don't suppose you saw the previous comment on the page before about the multis? I wouldn't want to bid against you if there were only a few up for sale, but as i'm working i'm sure I could ask my dad to go instead if there would be decent amount of them for sale


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  • Posted on: 2/5/2013 12:29
Re: Neolamprologus multifasciatus #3
Out of interest, are you by any chance the same person who I obtained my Apistogramma from? If so they are doing great and have grown quite a lot!! The female is constantly in and out of the coconut already!


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  • Posted on: 2/5/2013 12:22
Re: Neolamprologus multifasciatus #4
Seriously?! If only I wasn't working on sunday and also in the middle of uni exams...
I'm in alcester and am always going back and forth to redditch.
Do you know how much they will potentially go for at the auction and how many there are possibly going to be?


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  • Posted on: 24/4/2013 12:31
Re: Neolamprologus multifasciatus #5
Thanks, thats fine. Whenever you feel they are appropriate to move on just let me know.
Glad to hear they are all doing well! Looking forward to when I can enjoy how cute they are too.

I can imagine, I still have some bolivian ram fry from last year in another tank and don't really want to see them go!


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  • Posted on: 28/3/2013 20:23
Re: Neolamprologus multifasciatus #6
Hi, i've been looking for ages for anyone with multis or even anywhere thats sells them! I know they breed fairly rapidly so was wondering if within a few weeks or months you would have any to pass on? I live just south of birmingham so travelling to oxford would be fine :)