Not sure what you mean. Their great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great grandparents were unwillingly abducted in Lake Malawi. Their parents were bred in some vat or small artificial pond somewhere, then the babies sent to a distribution center, then sent to Petsmart.solows10 said:what would the origin be, on these guys?
Acei Ngara have barring but its not one of those. Kind of agree it has a young Sciaenochromis fryeri look about it. But its not a pure variant of that one I know of iether.toume said:It's too reflective/shiny on the face to be an Acei. Plus they don't usually have any barring (that I know of) and this one seems to. We'd need a better shot. The last fish is more likely a hap/peacock.
Agree now. In that second shot it also looks a lot healthyer/ normal :thumb:Fogelhund said:No, definately an acei.
Dunno mate care to share your knowledge and pref photos of the other locations?cjacob316 said:aren't all "yellow tail" from msuli? you get very different color patterns from the other locations