The â€œblue rock kribensisâ€ is found in the north Lake Victoria along the Ugandan shoreline. The blue Haplochromis "Paralabidochromis" sauvagei species is nearly non-existent in the hobby, but can be seen at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago. The orange- yellow coloration found in females is highly unusual for cichlids in the "rock picker" complex. Males in the southern part of Lake Victoria are characterized by a bright red chest, and an otherwise yellowish body superimposed by a faint chessboard pattern. The blue rock krib is just the opposite with the stressed color pattern being a white body with a distinct black chessboard pattern but turning completely blue with no hint of barring in the breeding coloration. Its diet includes a little of everything: aufwuchs, insect larvae, filamentous blue-green algae, sponges, and chironomids. This is a fgairly mild-mannered species with the exception of conspecific male aggression. You will note that we have indicated the genus Paralabidochromis as a subgenus in quotation marks until a re-evaluation of Humphrey Greenwoods classifications is completed.