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NYASSACHROMIS BOADZULU  FRY





NYASSACHROMIS BOADZULU 

A six month old fry surviving in the non-mbuna tank (top photo). As always, some of the fry will survive no matter how hostile the environment may be. The correct setup of the tank will increase their chances. In the second photo you can see the same fish at the age of 12 months. Now it has reached a size that allows it to swim in the tank instead of staying under the rocks all day long. Such conditions may prevent the fish from being killed on the spot but have an impact on the growth rate. The same fish in a fry raising tank will have doubled in size.

Top Photo shot in January 2000, bottom photo shot in June 2000. 

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