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haplochromis aeneocolor

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Xystichromis phytophagus - Lake Victoria Cichlids

Xystichromis phytophagus - Lake Victoria Cichlids

Xystichromis Victorian Cichlid - One great looking Cichlid!!

Xystichromis Victorian Cichlid - One great looking Cichlid!!

African Cichlids  This fish is pronounced as "Sick-Lids". This fish is found in three lakes in Africa: Malawi, Tanganyika, and Victoria. Existing species in Lake Victoria the amount is less diverse and less colorful than others. Usually they grow up to 6-7 inches, with the exception of Frontosoa species, which can grow to 12-14 inches. This fish is a freshwater fish can reply easily maintained in a home aquarium.

African Cichlids This fish is pronounced as "Sick-Lids". This fish is found in three lakes in Africa: Malawi, Tanganyika, and Victoria. Existing species in Lake Victoria the amount is less diverse and less colorful than others. Usually they grow up to 6-7 inches, with the exception of Frontosoa species, which can grow to 12-14 inches. This fish is a freshwater fish can reply easily maintained in a home aquarium.

haplochromis | Male Haplochromis sp. 44 "Red Tail" © H. Blair Howell

haplochromis | Male Haplochromis sp. 44 "Red Tail" © H. Blair Howell

African cichlids are a beautiful and interesting alternative to saltwater reef tanks.  They are native in the three rift Great Lakes Malawi, Tanganyika , Victoria and the rivers of the Congo . African cichlids are secondary freshwater fish, which means their ancestors were saltwater fish that moved inland via the Congo, Limpopo, Zambezi, Malaragasi and other rivers. As the river waters became trapped in the Rift Valley, the saltwater river fish became freshwater lake fish. The cichlids…

African cichlids are a beautiful and interesting alternative to saltwater reef tanks. They are native in the three rift Great Lakes Malawi, Tanganyika , Victoria and the rivers of the Congo . African cichlids are secondary freshwater fish, which means their ancestors were saltwater fish that moved inland via the Congo, Limpopo, Zambezi, Malaragasi and other rivers. As the river waters became trapped in the Rift Valley, the saltwater river fish became freshwater lake fish. The cichlids…

Haplochromis Nyererei ** Lake Victoria Cichlid **  4cm Malawi

Haplochromis Nyererei ** Lake Victoria Cichlid ** 4cm Malawi

African cichlids are a beautiful and interesting alternative to saltwater reef tanks. They are native in the three rift Great Lakes Malawi, Tanganyika , Victoria and the rivers of the Congo . African cichlids are secondary freshwater fish, which means their ancestors were saltwater fish that moved inland via the Congo, Limpopo, Zambezi, Malaragasi and other rivers. As the river waters became trapped in the Rift Valley, the saltwater river fish became freshwater lake fish. The cichlids…

African cichlids are a beautiful and interesting alternative to saltwater reef tanks. They are native in the three rift Great Lakes Malawi, Tanganyika , Victoria and the rivers of the Congo . African cichlids are secondary freshwater fish, which means their ancestors were saltwater fish that moved inland via the Congo, Limpopo, Zambezi, Malaragasi and other rivers. As the river waters became trapped in the Rift Valley, the saltwater river fish became freshwater lake fish. The cichlids…

Largest explosion of speciation in Lake Victoria & other Great Lakes of East Africa: cichlids; 500 species, none of which live anywhere else on Earth; each has some feature that makes it unique; can be behavioral; 14500 yrs ago, the deepest parts of Lake Victoria were covered w/ grass; during Ice Age, a cool, arid climate dried up rivers & water evaporated; ice ages come and gone, the lake empties and fills up again;

Largest explosion of speciation in Lake Victoria & other Great Lakes of East Africa: cichlids; 500 species, none of which live anywhere else on Earth; each has some feature that makes it unique; can be behavioral; 14500 yrs ago, the deepest parts of Lake Victoria were covered w/ grass; during Ice Age, a cool, arid climate dried up rivers & water evaporated; ice ages come and gone, the lake empties and fills up again;

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