Paracyprichromis nigripinnis & brieni

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Paracyprichromis nigripinnis & brieni

Post by karel » Mon Apr 17, 2006 3:23 pm

Hello, friends, I'ld like to ask how to identify male and female ? :oops:

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Re: Paracyprichromis nigripinnis & brieni

Post by EC » Thu Apr 20, 2006 7:22 am

karel wrote:Hello, friends, I'ld like to ask how to identify male and female ? :oops:
Males are bigger, more elongated fins and much colour. In brieni some females like the Kisonso are more yellow than the males.

Ciao Enrico

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Post by karel » Thu Apr 20, 2006 7:27 am

Hello, Ciao Enricom, very nice to get your reply. Thank you very much. :D

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Post by karel » Sat Jun 10, 2006 3:21 am

Hello, Ciao Enrico, I've had 8 Blue Neon, 2 albino and a couple of brieni. Thank you for your information again. :D

Here's my album from a Hong Kong website. Hope you like. So excuse for the poor quality.

Blue Neon

http://hkfishstreet.com/gallery/display ... 228&pos=66

http://hkfishstreet.com/gallery/display ... 228&pos=67

http://hkfishstreet.com/gallery/display ... 228&pos=68

Albino

http://hkfishstreet.com/gallery/display ... 228&pos=69

http://hkfishstreet.com/gallery/display ... 228&pos=70

http://hkfishstreet.com/gallery/display ... 228&pos=71

Brieni ( I don't know form where, only had the name " Yellow Fin " from the HK's dealer. )

http://hkfishstreet.com/gallery/display ... 228&pos=64

http://hkfishstreet.com/gallery/display ... 228&pos=65

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Post by EC » Sun Jun 11, 2006 12:58 pm

karel wrote:Here's my album from a Hong Kong website. Hope you like. So excuse for the poor quality.
Very nice, karel. I've put out the nigripinnis because they are too aggressive for X. ornatipinnis and the females split every spawn. The brieni are less aggressive and more interesting for the upside down fighting and spawning.

Ciao Enrico

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Post by karel » Mon Jun 12, 2006 12:27 am

Thank you for your words, Ciao Enrico. :D
I updated my album yesterday therefore the links are not correct to the names. Anyway, you can still click to have a look.
My brieni is so aggressive than the Blue Neon. I will get 2 more albino and 4 other brieni ( Named as the black fin ) tomorrow. At that time I post again. See you.

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Post by karel » Sun Jun 18, 2006 12:18 am


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Post by karel » Fri Sep 22, 2006 4:41 am

Hello again, friends, I've updated my photos. Here're, hope you like.

Brieni
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Kisonso Yellow
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female
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Velifer
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nigripinnis
Blue Neon
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Albino
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