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Frontosa Blue Kipili wild
Frontosa Blue Kipili wild
Frontosa Blue Kipili wild
Cyphotilapia frontosa
A TANK OF WILD FRONTOSA BLUE KIPILI
posted by: adrian lovack

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Jun 27th, 2007
Views: 28922 Rated: (23 votes)

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josh halbrook » posted 2007/06/27 09:42 am
joshua castillo » posted 2007/06/27 09:56 am
zac capslock » posted 2007/06/27 09:56 am
Very Very Nice!! Do these guys get lazier as they get bigger especially the males?
Dan Noon (m) » posted 2007/06/27 10:00 am
wow!!!
adrian lovack » posted 2007/06/27 10:10 am
YES LIKE ALL FRONTOSA
kyle jackson » posted 2007/06/27 10:37 am
THE chuck » posted 2007/06/27 10:58 am
Dino Lee » posted 2007/06/27 12:10 pm
Vincent Steen » posted 2007/06/27 12:45 pm
Awesome!
I thought about turning my 210 gallon tank into a front tank.....but the blue ones are so pricey.....that I (and my wife!) decided to opt for haps instead.
A mature group like this is a sight to see!
Jedu Tuazon » posted 2007/06/27 01:40 pm
Kay Bee19 » posted 2007/06/27 01:44 pm
Nathan Sederholm » posted 2007/06/27 02:25 pm
When they get older, does that blue turn to black sometimes?
Zach Parrott » posted 2007/06/27 07:21 pm
sharan knott » posted 2007/06/27 07:42 pm
adrian lovack » posted 2007/06/28 04:43 am
The Frontosa Kipili will stay blue
The cost of fronts like this is only £40 each
james ball » posted 2010/07/25 12:28 pm
has 2 of them but they did not survive in my tanks for some reason
nice fish though

james
nt 805 » posted 2010/07/25 12:33 pm
Love the colors! These are nice!
lee foster » posted 2010/09/01 10:49 pm
dick toth » posted 2011/02/10 01:20 am
NO! Frontosa are never lazy! These guys were the first fish I ever had. I bought 5 @ my local pet store, Critter Corner in Kokomo,Indiana. Each were $30 a piece along with one Oscar I decided to throw in the mix. Started them off with a krill/brine shrimp food mix until they were old enough to eat feeders. Great fish all around. And to James Ball maybe you should try API Stress Coat, its a water treatment add every 3 to 5 days with refresh water. Fronts are super sensitive to PH levels and water conditon!!
Wes St. Jean » posted 2011/02/10 03:09 am
I've kept mant frontosa, in mixed african tanks, never found them "sensitive" to anything!! pretty hardy tang IMO!!
Wes St. Jean » posted 2011/02/10 03:11 am  
*many* not mant.. lol
Gustavo Alzaga » posted 2011/11/09 03:21 pm
if I could put six stars that rating would you give your fish tank, which is the age of your oldest frontosa?
duane richard » posted 2012/01/08 11:18 pm
nice love fronts
Kay Cummings » posted 2012/04/07 01:03 pm  
Nice....I only have one Frontosa wish i could afford more... definitely cool fish
EvlHomr's Cichlids » posted 2012/04/07 01:25 pm

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fourdell kidson
13:42

nice pic and fish
Alexander Langer
14:15

wow, great. and the tank looks great, too
Alexander Langer
14:15

cool
Alexander Langer
14:15

wow!
Alexander Langer
03:02

Dave is actually a female auratus (Melanochromis auratus, see here: https:/
Alexander Langer
02:25

I see :)
Tod Kawer
18:02

I had a Blue one that was a killer, but this guy is a bit small to be a pro