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As a result the fish of this genus developed its own quite distinguishable colour variety for fanganyika every single reef in the enormous lake. Contact us for different shipping instructions.
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Aqualog African Cichlids II, Lake Tanganyika I, Tropheus
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The species of the cichlid genus Tropheus are so specialized in feeding habits, that they are not able disperse beyond rocky areas. The cichlids of Lake Tanganyika dominate the fish fauna, in number of species as well as in numbers of specimens.
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In numerical terms the cichlids family Cichlidaedominate Lake Tanganyika, in regards of both, species and numbers. Sign in to check out Check out as guest.
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For the first time ever, all known colour varieties, over including the latest, never pictured varieties, are described and pictured. This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking.
In the course of more than 10 years of intensive involvement with these fishes, the author Peter Schupke has compiled all the information available on these spectacularly attractive Tropheus.
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