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  1. General Aquaria Discussion
    A short video by PISCES showing a male Lethrinops sp. "Red Cap" Itungi. Found in various locations of Lake Malawi, the many Lethrinops spp. variants have not been properly identified. The video above shows a male L. sp. "Red Cap" from Itungi in the northern part of the lake. In the wild...
  2. General Aquaria Discussion
    Cyphotilapia gibberosa Mikula. Photo by Russ Fairburn (aka Razzo) Over the last few years a new variant of Cyphotilapia gibberosa has become available as wild specimens are imported and hobbyists have been breeding them. The variant known as Cyphotilapia gibberosa Mikula gets its name from its...
  3. General Aquaria Discussion
    Labidochromis sp. "gigas mara". Photo by Ad Konings It's probably safe to say that anyone who has ever had a Lake Malawi mbuna tank has at one point or another kept at least one Labidochromis caeruleus. Commonly known as a yellow lab, the L. caeruleus with its bright yellow color and mild...
  4. Lake Malawi Species
    The Labidochromis profiles have received a much needed update. Around 30 different species and variants have been added, including all in the wild photos! Most hobbyists know the popular Labidochromis caeruleus. Its striking yellow body contrasted by the black fins make an excellent addition to...
  5. Lake Malawi Species
    Melanochromis wochepa formally M. dialeptos. Photo by Ad Konings There have been changes in the classification of many mbuna species. Over the next few weeks you'll see some major updates to Cichlid-Forum's mbuna profiles. The fish pictured above is just one example. For a long time it was...
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