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  1. General Aquaria Discussion
    Male Labeotropheus artatorostris. Photo from publication / Ad Konings Labeotrophus is a genus with only a handful of species, of which L. fuelleborni and L. trewavasae are the most well known in the hobby. A new species has been proposed by Michael J. Pauers from what were originally...
  2. General Aquaria Discussion
    2 new Labeotropheus species. Photo from publication A recent publication in BioOne proposes two new Labeotropheus species. Currently there are only two species in the genus, Labeotropheus fuelleborni and L. trewavasae. The new proposed species are L. chlorosiglos and L. simoneae. The proposed...
  3. Lake Tanganyika Species
    The staff at Cichlid-Forum would like to wish everyone happy holidays. Please keep in mind that moderators and administrators will be busy traveling and spending time with their families, so we may not be able to get to things right away. Pictured above are a couple juvenile Tropheus moorii blue...
  4. Lake Tanganyika Species
    There are OB (Orange Blotched) cichlid species in the three major lakes of Africa. Lake Victoria has Paralabidochromis chromogynos, Lake Tanganyika has Tropheus moorii (Kambwimba) and Lake Malawi has Labeotropheus fuelleborni. However, there are no naturally occurring OB Aulonocara (Peacocks) in...
  5. 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...
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