Yes, this is aggression.I have noticed now and then my Pseudo elongates and occansionally my auatas circling each other, fast around and around, is this agression,???
There are at leasttwenty-two different species of pseudotropheus sp. elongatus. Some of them look similar to c. afras and might crossbreed, while others look totally different and probably would not. So it depends on what you have and what your male to female ratios are.anyone know if cyno afra's and pseudo elogates will crossbreed or not?
Auratus, Kenyi, Trewavasae and Elongatus in a 55g.JimNY said:yep sometimes slower and not as tight a circle, same thing w/other species too sometimes, I think its agression definetly not mating.