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(Chindongo saulosi)
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(Chindongo saulosi)
Remarks: Chindongo saulosi was previously classified as Pseudotropheus saulosi. These fish start as yellow-gold fish, but males change to an electric blue with black stripes. They were once endangered in the lake, but a dedicated group of exporters, scientists, and importers helped reintroduce them to the wild.  Scientific Name: Chindongo saulosi Common...

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Blue Regal "Mbenji" Peacock (Aulonocara koningsi)
Remarks: Males will be mostly blue with some yellow near the vent, while females will remain gray. This species was once considered to be related to Aulonocara stuartgranti. Males are found feeding over sandy substrates.  Scientific Name: Aulonocara koningsi Common Name: Blue Regal - Mbenji Max Size: 6" pH: 7.5-8.4...

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Cherry Spot "Bulu Point" (Tropheus sp.)
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Cherry Spot "Bulu Point" (Tropheus sp.)
Remarks: Tropheus are obligate herbivores, and even small amounts of protein can induce bloating conditions. They form social hierarchies and should be kept in large groups. Scientific Name: Tropheus sp. Common Name: Cherry Spot - Bulu Point Max Size: 6" pH: 7.5-8.6 Hardness: Hard Temperature: 70-82° Aggressiveness: Aggressive Region of Origin:...

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Demason's Cichlid (Chindongo demasoni)
Remarks: Chindongo demasoni was previously classified as Pseudotropheus demasoni. Males and females will be black with light blue stripes, though males will be more pronounced with their coloration. This species tends to be more aggressive than most mbuna, and their aggression when defending a feeding territory is one of the attributes...

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Elegant Peacock (Aulonocara sp.)
Remarks: These fish came from a local breeder who called them "Blue Regal," which has been given to several members of the Aulonocara genus, including Aulonocara koningsi and A. stuartgranti "Cobue." This fish appears to be a hybrid.  Scientific Name: Aulonocara sp. Common Name: Elegant Max Size: 6" pH: 7.5-8.4 Hardness: Hard Temperature:...

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Eureka Peacock (Aulonocara sp.)
Remarks: The Eureka Peacock is a line-bred strain of Aulonocara jacobfreibergi "Otter Point". Members of the "Jake" type Aulonocara group traditionally have wide, white margins to their unpaired fins and a caudal fin that has slightly elongated tips. They spend most of their time inside caves among large boulders, as opposed to open, sandy...

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German Red Peacock (Aulonocara sp.) - Imperial Tropicals
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German Red Peacock (Aulonocara sp.)
Remarks: The German Red Peacock is a line-bred variety not found in the wild. Males have deep-orange to red coloration with blue faces.  Scientific Name: Aulonocara sp. Common Name: German Red Max Size: 6" pH: 7.5-8.4 Hardness: Hard Temperature: 74-82° Aggressiveness: Aggressive Region of Origin: Lake Malawi, Africa Captive Bred or...

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Kenyi Cichlid (Pseudotropheus lombardoi)
Remarks: Pseudotropheus lombardoi are an inverse of the typical Mbuna coloration - males are yellow-orange and females are light blue. Scientific Name: Pseudotropheus lombardoi Common Name: Kenyi Max Size: 6" pH: 7.5-8.4 Hardness: Hard Temperature: 74-82° Aggressiveness: Aggressive Region of Origin: Lake Malawi, Africa Captive Bred or Wild: Captive Bred...

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Lwanda Peacock (Aulonocara sp.)
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Lwanda Peacock (Aulonocara sp.)
Remarks: Male Lwanda Peacocks will be blue-yellow or blue-orange, while females will remain mostly gray with hints of orange. They are found in the rocky shallows on the eastern side of the lake.  Scientific Name: Aulonocara sp. Common Name: Lwanda Peacock Max Size: 6" pH: 7.5-8.4 Hardness: Hard Temperature: 74-82°...

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Maleri Island Peacock (Aulonocara sp.) - Imperial Tropicals
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Maleri Island Peacock (Aulonocara sp.)
Remarks: The Maleri Island Peacock may be a form of Aulonocara stuartgranti. Females are gray, but males have bright yellow bodies with light blue accents in the face and fins.  Scientific Name: Aulonocara sp. Common Name: Maleri Island Peacock Max Size: 6" pH: 7.5-8.4 Hardness: Hard Temperature: 74-82° Aggressiveness: Aggressive...

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Ngara Flametail Peacock (Aulonocara stuartgranti)
Remarks: Aulonocara stuartgranti are found throughout Lake Malawi and exhibit a wide variety of appearances, at least in males. The Ngara/Mdoka Flametails get their name from the bright orange caudal fin that bleeds into the body of the male.  Scientific Name: Aulonocara stuartgranti Common Name: Flametail Peacock Max Size: 6" pH: 7.5-8.4...

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