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"Tilapia". Pattern on the tail fin is distinctive to Oreochromis niloticus, so either O. niloticus or hybrid with another Oreochromis species.
 

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scottie4444 said:
It looks like a Mozambique mouth brooder female
Of coarse a mozambique can look similar. Same genus. But Oreochromis mossambicus has no such spotting on it's tail fin.
With in the Oreochromis genus, this spotting pattern on the tail is distinctive to O. niloticus.
 
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