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  1. General Aquaria Discussion
    Young Lamprologus congoensis. Photo by Dave Hansen Lamprologus congoensis is a rheophile (likes fast moving waters) found in various locations of the Congo River in both the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It thrives in the fast-moving, highly-oxygenated parts of...
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    Steatocranus bleheri and fry. Photo by Dave Hansen The staff at Cichlid-Forum.com would like to wish all the special moms out there a happy Mother's Day. Pictured above is a Steatocranus bleheri with some of her fry. S. bleheri are found in the fast moving waters of the Luapula River System...
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    Steatocranus bleheri. Photo by Dave Hansen The article titled A Rheophilic Suprise, Steatocranus bleheri by Dave Hansen has been added to the library. West African cichlids are often underrepresented, especially when it comes to good information and first hand experience. Along with some...
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    Haplochromis vanheusdeni juvenile. Photo from journal article. A journal article has been written describing a new species from the Great Ruaha River drainage in Tanzania. Haplochromis vanheusdeni can be found in the fast-moving waters of several streams and in a stretch of the Great Ruaha...
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    Teleogramma brichardi. Photo by Dave Hansen Teleogramma brichardi is found in the rapids near Kinsuka in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The fast moving waters of the Congo River lead to some unusual evolutionary traits in fish. T. brichardi, like other rheophilic fish, developed a...
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