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  1. Lake Tanganyika Species
    Hello everybody I would like to discuss something that bothers me about my cyprichromis leptosoma mpulungu. I have 3m and 3f in a 48" tanganyika community set up.With them I have multies,sumbu shell,and transcriptus. All having their territory and breeding. The case with the cyps is the...
  2. General Aquaria Discussion
    A great video on Tom's Tanganyika channel showing a pair of Cyprichromis leptosoma Utinta spawning. Found throughout Lake Tanganyika in its many variants, Cyprichromis leptosoma form large schools numbering into the thousands. C. leptosoma spend their adult life in open water. Males will...
  3. General Aquaria Discussion
    Cyprichromis sp. "Leptosoma Jumbo". Photo by Ad Konings Cyprichromis leptosoma come in many varieties. Different areas along the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika produce different color and size variants. Pictures above is a Cyprichromis sp. "Leptosoma Jumbo" from Chikalakate. Jumbo variants...
  4. Lake Tanganyika Species
    Scuba diving at the Ndole Bay Lodge, Lake Tanganyika. The blog is back and what better way to kick things off than a video of the wildlife in Lake Tanganyika. This video comes from the waters of Ndole Bay on the southwestern part of Lake Tanganyika. This part of the lake is know for many...
  5. Lake Tanganyika Species
    Amazing views of large groups of Cyprichromis in Lake Tanganyika. Large quantities of these fish moving together isn't something that can be recreated in an aquarium.
  6. General Aquaria Discussion
    Turkey baster and curved plastic syringe In order to minimize stress on a fish, egg/fry stripping should be done as quickly as possible. Over the years I have used two tools just for this. The first and most common is a turkey baster. Turkey basters are great for elongated mouthbrooders like...
  7. The C.A.R.E.S. Preservation Program
    httpv:// The second part of the series on Lake Tanganyika travels by Alex Jordan.
  8. Lake Tanganyika Species
    An amazing HD video of fish in Lake Tanganyika. Last almost 12 minutes, but in that time you will see schools of Cyprichromis, nesting featherfins, Tropheus, shelldwellers, Synodontis large groups of Neolamps, Cyphotilapia, Altolamprologus and many more. A must see!
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