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Aulonocara Maylandi
Aulonocara Maylandi
Aulonocara Maylandi
Aulonocara maylandi
Cheap cell phone camera doesn't do him justice. This guy is an absolute specimen. Also, anybody ever been bitten while cleaning their tank? My bumblebee bit me today lol.
posted by: Ryen Boettcher

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May 1st, 2013
Views: 431 Rated: (10 votes)

Visitor Comments

Dev H. » posted 2013/05/01 05:08 pm
I have been bitten many times not by Africans though my big oscars bite and doesn't feel to good
Ryen Boettcher » posted 2013/05/01 05:09 pm  
Usually they scatter when I put my hand in. Today they held their ground.
Wes St. Jean » posted 2013/05/01 05:25 pm
John Durning » posted 2013/05/01 06:15 pm
Vince Cooper (m) » posted 2013/05/01 07:55 pm
Yep
manuel duran » posted 2013/05/01 08:24 pm
Yep my white top afra attak my hand every time I clean my 90 gallon !!!!!
Jay Dollentas » posted 2013/05/01 11:56 pm
bip_ 4u (m) » posted 2013/05/02 04:38 am
Charlie B » posted 2013/05/03 08:34 am
Sandro Di Pierri » posted 2013/05/03 04:45 pm  
Sorry for the laten one but my moori dolphin bites me every time im water changing!
Scott Mayes » posted 2013/05/04 10:55 pm

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Latest comments:
Kristina Fair
15:43

Thank you that's what I was thinking but when I got him they told me it was
Alexander Langer
13:50

nice. are those natural rocks?
Alexander Langer
13:49

cool
Alexander Langer
13:49

nice setup, looks great
Alexander Langer
13:48

nice
Alexander Langer
13:48

cool
Alexander Langer
13:47

nice. looking forward to see the grown up colors