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Scientific Name: Copadichromis sp. "Kawanga No Spot" (Undu)
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Pronunciation: k
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Geo. Origin: Between Undu, Tanzania and Londo, Mozambique
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Habitat: Intermediate habitat
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Diet: Carnivore
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Gender Differences: Dimorphic
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Breeding: Maternal Mouthbrooder
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Temperament: Mildly Aggressive
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Conspecific Temperament: Mildly Aggressive
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Maximum Size: 6.5"
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Temperature: 78 - 82°F
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pH: 7.8 - 8.6
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Water Hardness: Hard
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Difficulty: 2


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Photo Credit: Ad Konings


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Mature males of this species are quite similar in appearance to C. sp. "Verduyni Blueface". Females do not have spots on their flanks; however, juveniles do. Females belonging to C. sp. "Kawanga" and C. sp. "Verduyni Blueface" exhibit three spots on their flanks. Territorial males build cave craters, using a large, overhanging rock. This rock thus forms a protective wall on one side and a ceiling over the nest.
 
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