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  1. Chandz

    Nanochromis transvestitus

    N. transvestitus female with fry
  2. Chandz

    Nannacara anomala

    After finally setting up a breeding tank for them last week, I noticed the N. anomala female with fry last night.
  3. Chandz

    Nannacara anomala

    Mine definitely can't be siblings then haha
  4. Chandz

    Nannacara anomala

    Haha I found that my Apisto fry come out fighting, I've literally seen fry bickering. Once they reach about 3cm and start breeding it becomes chaotic in the growouts.
  5. Chandz

    Nannacara anomala

    All my fish (except my Paros and Dario dario) aren't fussy and will eat anything you feed them haha Their main dry food part of their diet consists of food a friend imports from Germany, but I occasionally feed some other easy to find brands so when I sell them the new owner doesn't battle to...
  6. Chandz

    Nannacara anomala

    I I find that to be the case with most dwarf cichlids haha
  7. Chandz

    Nannacara anomala

    Nannacara anomala are starting to colour up as you can see from the most dominant male
  8. Chandz

    Nanochromis transvestitus

    Please excuse the terrible video, but here's the most dominant female that's showing signs of sex in the group.
  9. Chandz

    A. cacatuoides juvenile to adult transformation photos

    Canon EF 100mm f 2.8 macro Lens
  10. Chandz

    A. cacatuoides juvenile to adult transformation photos

    Frank in his youth haha
  11. Chandz

    Lamprologus Ocellatus gold

    Them just being their angry selves haha Pair with fry. Fry peeping out of shell.
  12. Chandz

    Lamprologus Ocellatus gold

    Some photos of my Lamprologus ocellatus gold and offspring when I had them :)
  13. Chandz

    Female cacatuoides changed sex

    Many months later someone suggested that I try breeding the old female so I moved her into a tank with a young female. I was interested to see if she had just grown male features or completely changed sex. Much to my surprise they shortly produced eggs which look fertilized. Here's the...
  14. Chandz

    Female cacatuoides changed sex

    I have a female cacatuoides that changed sex and successfully spawned as both a female and male. Here's some of my photos and videos of the transition. (I wish I had documented it better, but it wasn't expected.) Female with fry in a breeding tank containing only her and the male. (She had...
  15. Chandz

    Hybrid?

    Looks like a standard trifasciata. My males look the same :)
  16. Chandz

    The growth of the L. curviceps offspring so far :)

    The juveniles are colouring up nicely!
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