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  1. General Aquaria Discussion
    Pelvicachromis taeniatus as they mature. Image by Dr. Denis Meuthen - University of Bonn It is common for subdominant males to not display their brightest coloration in the presence of a dominant male. Some species' males, like Chindongo (Pseudotropheus) saulosi, even take on the coloration...
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    Metriaclima sp. "lime nkhomo". Photo by Dave Hansen Not often seen on price lists or local shops, Metriaclima sp. "lime nkhomo" is a uniquely colored mbuna from Lake Malawi. M. sp. "lime nkhomo" made their debut into the hobby about 15 years ago. Often named Pseudotropheus sp. "lime nkhomo"...
  3. General Aquaria Discussion
    A third release of Pseudotropheus saulosi into the waters around Taiwanee Reef in Lake Malawi. This release was made by Larry Johnson and fellow divers last month. At one time the waters of Taiwanee Reef were swarming with colorful Pseudotropheus saulosi. However, due to over-fishing, the...
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    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...
  5. General Aquaria Discussion
    Thanks to the relatively mild winter weather in South Texas, it is possible to keep an outdoor cichlid pool year round. Greg Steeves of AfricanCichlids.net has experimented through the years with in-ground ponds, small kiddie pools and most recently a rather large above-ground pool. The article...
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