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  1. General Aquaria Discussion
    Ectodus descampsii. Photo by Ad Konings. Ectodus descampsii can be found in various parts of Lake Tanganyika. This species spends its days searching for food in the coarse, sandy bottoms along the shore where it finds small organisms and algae. Aside from a large black dot on their dorsal fin...
  2. General Aquaria Discussion
    Another in the wild video from LightSearch showing cichlids in the muddy shallows of Lake Tanganyika. This video shows many of the inhabitants of the muddy shallows in Lake Tanganyika. Featherfins and other cichlids can be seen over their nests and bowers. Lots of territorial aggression and...
  3. General Aquaria Discussion
    Benthochromis horii. Photo by Ad Konings Update: Thank you Fogelhund for pointing out the correct name for this species is Benthochromis horii, not Benthochromis tricoti. Imported B. horii are often misidentified as B. tricoti. B. tricoti is rarely imported. A really beautiful fish...
  4. Lake Tanganyika Species
    Another book review by Pam Chin has been added to the Cichlid-Forum library. This review is for Featherfins in their Natural Habitat by Ad Konings. Featherfins is a term used to identify several species of fish from Lake Tanganyika. These fish are beautiful and delicate cichlids that are popular...
  5. 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...
  6. The C.A.R.E.S. Preservation Program
    httpv:// The second part of the series on Lake Tanganyika travels by Alex Jordan.
  7. 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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