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Cyphotilapia frontosa
posted by: Dan Noon

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Apr 2nd, 2009
Views: 545 Rated: (12 votes)

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steve barker » posted 2009/04/02 09:38 am
thats a beautiful front dan
*Christian* :o) » posted 2009/04/02 09:48 am
i agree, awesome front buddy!
Wes St. Jean » posted 2009/04/02 10:38 am
I just got one of these,Kigoma,correct??...I sure hope he looks like this pretty boy when he matures!!
crystal abshire » posted 2009/04/02 10:53 am
Wes I beleive this is a Burundi frontosa - very nice one I may add !- BTW congrats at having a Kigoma 7 - welcome to the front world.
Wes St. Jean » posted 2009/04/02 10:58 am
Hi Crystal...This one has 7 bars also.. What is the difference?? I'm going back to get more cause the guy told me if I buy 5 or more.. I get them for $10.00 each! They are between 4" and 6", Great deal I'm thinkin!!!
crystal abshire » posted 2009/04/02 11:03 am  
I will email you a great site all about the frontosas - worth joining -- These buggers are hard to tell apart - I paid 6 a piece for mine at less than an inch. One here that is only a 6 stripe is 23 for a 2 in. I would buy them - I have 5 Kigomas.
Wes St. Jean » posted 2009/04/02 11:06 am  
Thanks Crystal... hope you had a great birthday!!
Vince Cooper (m) » posted 2009/04/02 11:26 am
Marti and Matt » posted 2009/04/02 11:29 am
I'm counting 7 stripes on this guy too Wes. I would RUN back to purchase them at $10 a piece for that size!!!!! Dan this guy is beautiful!
Wes St. Jean » posted 2009/04/02 11:34 am  
Hi M$M.. Have you seen the one I got from the guy alredy?? I will post it again.. The only reason I am hesitating is cause my tanks are pretty full already!!
Marti and Matt » posted 2009/04/02 11:37 am  
Yeah Wes I saw it and he is a looker! How big is your tank? Once I bought my first front, that was it there was no turning back...lol. Now we have 9 of them in a 350g tank. They are great fish to own!
Wes St. Jean » posted 2009/04/02 11:39 am  
I have him in my 90 gallon display tank!!
tony henderson » posted 2009/04/02 11:46 am
very nice Dan
kyle jackson » posted 2009/04/02 01:55 pm
bip_ 4u (m) » posted 2009/04/02 02:31 pm
Jeremy B » posted 2009/04/02 04:39 pm
alden praptono » posted 2009/04/03 03:35 am

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