Cichlid Fish Forum banner
1 - 1 of 1 Posts

·
Administrator
Joined
·
3,932 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Scientific Name: Tramitichromis intermedius
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Pronunciation: tr
Electric blue Font Tints and shades Pattern Symmetry
-m
Purple Violet Electric blue Tints and shades Font
-t
Font Circle Symmetry Tints and shades Symbol
-kr
Tints and shades Font Electric blue Symmetry Pattern
-m
Purple Violet Electric blue Tints and shades Font
s
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Habitat: Shallow Sediment-Rich Habitat
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Diet: Carnivore
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Gender Differences: Dimorphic
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Breeding: Maternal Mouthbrooder
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Temperament: Mildly Aggressive
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Conspecific Temperament: Mildly Aggressive
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Maximum Size: 6.5"
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Temperature: 78-82°F
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
pH: 7.6-8.2
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Water Hardness: Neutral
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Difficulty: 2


Images:

Underwater Fin Organism Fish Marine biology

Male

Fin Fish Underwater Marine biology Fluid

Male

Water Organism Fin Fish Marine biology

Female in the wild

Fish Underwater Fin Marine biology Electric blue

Female holding eggs

Water Organism Fin Fish Underwater

Female holding eggs

Organism Fin Underwater Fish supply Fish

Hara male
Photo Credit: Greg Ward


Articles:
N/A


Comments:
T. intermedius is distinguished from other Tramitchromis spp. By 3 dark spots on its flanks & large sensory pores on its lower jaw. It feeds on insect larvae & other soft invertebrates.
 
1 - 1 of 1 Posts
Top