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  1. Illness, Health & Nutrition
    Stocking is 13 asst hap / peacock cichlid 1 syno eupturus 7 syno petricola and 2 BN Pleco in a 75 with a Fluval 307 canister and a aquaclear 110 HOB planted tank with giant crypts and vals Do a weekly 70-80% WC and today I noticed this on his face, I moved him to a cycled 10 gallon quarantine...
  2. Lake Malawi Species
    Hey everyone, this is my first post. I have some various questions I hope some people can help me answer or provide their opinions. i have a 55 gallon tank with currently 13 cichlids in it. I have 2 adult M. Lombardoi cichlids, male and female, and 5 juveniles that appear to be female for now...
  3. Unidentified Cichlids
    Just ended up with a Malawi in my hands. I can’t seem to tell if he’s a Zebra mbuna, a Pindani or a Cobalt zebra. Any thoughts? (Don’t worry, I will be upgrading his tank/environment ASAP)
  4. Lake Malawi Species
    Hi, new to Mbuna but I am researching setting up a tank. Currently have a 4 foot 50 gallon tank. I am aware dwarf mbuna would be better and wondered if anyone had any ideas for a set up with either 2-3different species in.2 small and 1 bigger group if possible.
  5. Lake Malawi Species
    I have searched far and wide buying from many different online cichlid providers. Where is the best place Online (UK) that stocks malawi cichlids? Thanks
  6. The C.A.R.E.S. Preservation Program
    Paul Venter / Wikipedia With the discovery of potential oil and natural gas reserves, the stakes for who owns Lake Malawi have risen. At odds are Malawi and Tanzania and talks between the two countries have gone nowhere. There have even been allegations of military deployments. If not done...
  7. General Aquaria Discussion
    Here is a video of a Cyrtocara moorii spawn. As these fish mature, they develop a distinctive hump and color which explains their nickname; Malawi Blue Dolphin. In this video you see some Synodontis multipunctatus getting in the mix. The S. multipunctatus is not only know for stealing eggs...
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