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    Dicrossus filamentosus

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    Hi guys,

    Haven't shot any fish pictures for a long time and here's one that I just took.


    Dicrossus filamentosus

    These creatures can be pretty agressive.

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    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    I have not seen my filamentosus and/or maculata being aggressive. But I do find that this species of apisto (direct or indirect) is the most unique and fun to watch. Their swimming pattern is way different than that of the other fishes you might have kept. At 1st glance, there's no distinct colourful pattern to attract casual onlooker but once you get a few in your tank, time flies really fast. Until now, I am always attracted to the way this particular sp apisto swims.

    Thanks for posting the pics Benny. Is there any chance you might want to upload more?
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    Ok. Here's a full body shot. But too bad the dorsal fins weren't in an optimal position.



    Cheers,
    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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