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Zebra fry, they're all "red" (orange) now, but the males will turn blue.

Great looking parents, healthy fry that grew up in a large tank with plenty of brine shrimp when they were young. They're hardy too, I put a few in with my "big" Africans, and they're actually all thriving a few weeks later. Be careful, they'd do best in a grow out tank for another month or two if you want to put them in with adults. Please only reply if you have a proper setup for these guys, with a ph of 7.5-8.5.

Pardon the picture, they just don't slow down when they think food is on the way and all I have right now is an iphone. I'll buy some AAs and get better pictures.

 

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Haven't counted them... 35-50...
 

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Bump!

Feel free to make an offer if you have a good home for these.
 

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i would totally take a few, but I am limited on tank space right now.
gorgious fish tho.
 

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can you post a pic of the male and female so i can get a clearer view of what they will grow into. I am looking for red zebras for my wife.
 

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Mom is a red zebra, pop's a blue zebra. I'll post some pics soon, but they are both healthy "textbook" mbuna.
 
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