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  1. General Aquaria Discussion
    Labidochromis sp. "gigas pombo". Photo by Ad Konings No widely known or available, Labidochromis sp. "gigas pombo" is a Lake Malawi mbuna that shares similarities with some popular species in the hobby. L. sp. "gigas pombo" is from the same genus as the ever popular Labidochromis caeruleus and...
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    Pseudotropheus demasoni. Photo by Dave Hansen A popular and easily recognizable Pseudotropheus demasoni is a favorite of Lake Malawi mbuna aficionados. The well defined black and blue bars of both males and females make them an attractive fish. Originally described by Ad Konings in 1994 and...
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    A show tank that not only looks beautiful but also demonstrates how best to keep several aggressive species of Lake Malawi mbuna together. Years ago I learned a hard lesson about keeping mbuna. While many species of mbuna are relatively small, often they are also very aggressive. Case in...
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    Interesting video showing the growth a several mbuna species over their first 50 days. They include Pseudotropheus demasoni, Pseudotropheus sp. "Acei" Ngara and a few Metriaclima sp. "Patricki" Jalo Reef. It is easy to forget just how much size they can put on in under 2 months. During that...
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