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Albino Kribensis

PostAuthor: Mickey P. » Sat Mar 24, 2012 12:19

I saw some Albino Kribs in my lfs yesterday, really surprised how gorgeous they looked. I have a lovely pair of kribs in my planted tank but it surprised me how good they look just bright white.

I take it they are not native Malawi cichlids, although they are African. What's the deal with Kribs, are they Malawi tank mates or lowly commoners for community tanks only? :)
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Re: Albino Kribensis

PostAuthor: Ray » Sat Mar 24, 2012 14:03

more suited to a community tank there not malawi fish
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Re: Albino Kribensis

PostAuthor: Mickey P. » Sat Mar 24, 2012 15:47

That's what I thought, pretty though. Might have to get them for tank 3. ;)
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Re: Albino Kribensis

PostAuthor: iwade4fish » Sat Mar 24, 2012 16:00

I, too, have a soft spot for Kribs.
one of my favorite non-mbuna fish, great personalities and parents!!
Mbuna, they're not just for breakfast anymore.
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