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Just wondering if anyone has kept this species. I picked-up five from my LFS. The male is about 3 and half inches in length. He has a dark blue overall background color with 3-4 black vertical stripes that don't reach all the way to the somach. The females range from 2 1/4 to 2 1/2 inches and are yellowish-orangish color with large dark blotches running the length of the body hortizontally. This is the first time I've kept P. williamsi. :thumb:
 

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This is the first that I have heard of this type of Williamsi in the States.
The Red Tops that have been collected in the past have come from Nakantenga Island.
I have been breeding Ps Williamsi North Makonde for quiet a while...





Definitely the best Mbuna I have ever kept. Easy to feed, they eat everything and anything and absolutely beautiful.

Definitely get some pictures up, as I have seen pictures of the Red Tops only on the internet.
 

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Fischfan13 said:
This is the first that I have heard of this type of Williamsi in the States.
The Red Tops that have been collected in the past have come from Nakantenga Island.
I have been breeding Ps Williamsi North Makonde for quiet a while...





Definitely the best Mbuna I have ever kept. Easy to feed, they eat everything and anything and absolutely beautiful.

Definitely get some pictures up, as I have seen pictures of the Red Tops only on the internet.
I just picked up a couple of juveniles of these, yours look great! :thumb:
 
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