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Remarks: Labidochromis caeruleus from Lundu are solid white, though males may display a bit of yellow on their forehead. They are herbivorous mbuna that strongly defend rocky territories. They are a regional variant of the common Yellow Lab cichlid. Males are light-blue or white depending on mood, with black bands running from their gill plate to caudal peduncle. The picture with the blue background shows a dominant male attempting to attract a nearby female with his bright white colors. The picture with the black background shows the same male when kept alone or without a need to "turn on" his full coloration. They are a very interesting variant and their best coloration will come when kept with several females.
Scientific Name: Labidochromis caeruleus "Lundu"
Common Name: White Lab
Max Size: 5"
Region of Origin: Lake Malawi, Africa
Captive Bred or Wild: Captive Bred
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