First two pictures are of Melanochromis auratus. Second picture appears to have a Pseudotropheus socolofi and either a Metriaclima estherae or OB Peacock hybrid.
First two types are correct, the blue fish is a Pseudotropheus socolofi.secrest said:The first three are of a Frontosa, looks to be Burundi I would guess.
The next is a Yellow Lab Labidochromis caeruleus
The third (blue one) appears to be Labidochromis caeruleus (Nkhata Bay) but not 100 percent positive on that one
And the last is a yellow lab again
The protuberance usually only happens in males, and as they get above 5-6", and growing as the fish grows. The tank is far too small for frontosa anyway.rsucre said:My tank is 50 gal. Temp is 30C. Ph is 7.5. Plastic plants, two large castles with caves (provide plenty of hiding areas), fine gravel, Cascade 300 filter.
I saw pictures of Frontosa Burundi and I think that mine might not be one of those. Mine does not have the protuberance in the head. The finds have a blueish tone, the rest is white with black (some a little brownish) stripes.
Thanks.CICHLUDED said:Fogelhund, I think the OP is asking if the fish in this post is a N. tretocephalusâ€¦