Collecting, restoring, riding, racing motor bikes. Fishing out of my kayak. Shooting, mountain biking, 4wding and playing xbox. And now lifting.... Getting busy
Cars (70's Falcons and current FPV's)
Motorbikes (KTM 620cc LC4 Enduro at the moment)
Yeah it has been a while, strange how the treat is known as the poor mans fronnie, yet in most cases command a slightly higher price, or at least they used to, I have a couple of frontosa 'burundi' at the moment and whole they are big enough to breed I haven't had much luck, but like I said I haven't looked after them as much as I should be which is most likely the reason for no mouthfuls.
Trets are cheaper than fronnies, I sell them for $10 at 3-4 cm, they have bucket loads of fry, 2-400 a hit!!!, about half survive. I like Trets heaps better because that nauchal hump on fronnies is ugly as, ( sorry ) its one tang i have no interest in keeping. and they allways look sad in a tank, its a fish that need a lake to swim in.
Yeah one reason I like em is coz of their size, but haven't had a heap of luck keeping em, I have mainly kept and bred Malawi cichlids, but have had some tangs, tropheus, leptosoma, nigripinnis, and I am sure there are some I have forgotten, oh some nesuta but never had any luck with them either.
Now you have me all fired up to get some more tanks and try to breed some of these species I had failed previously....
My male tret is a good 5 inches so not too small.!
lol, multi tank syndrome is a killer! But nice collection of tangs used to have leptos and niggs, but they got wasting disease and havnt looked at them again..just have 8 colonies of tropheus, as the main thing I keep. Plus leleupi, trets, sexies, calvus, brevus multies, cuckoos, kendalii, horei, simochromis, pulchers, foai, gobies, blah blah lol
Keeps me busy..