Tanganyika

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Altolamprologus Calvus - Pearly Calvus

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A pair of Pearly Calvuses need a minimum 30 gallon / 120 litre aquarium. The aquarium should be decorated with pots, caves, driftwood. A lot of hiding places are required in the aquarium. Males are usually larger, with longer fins that the female.... View Profile

Altolamprologus Compressiceps - Gold Head

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A minimum 30 gallon / 120 litre tank is required for a pair of Gold Heads to feel comfortable. The tank can be decorated with caves, pots, big rocks, driftwood. Gold Heads doesn't like high temperatures. If the water gets 28-29°C, they can die.... View Profile

Aulonocranus Dewindti

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Aulonocranus Dewindtis are best kept in groups. Although it is possible to keep them with other small Tanganyikan cichlids, it is advised to keep them separate. Their group should consist of only 1 male and 5-6 or females or even more. Such a group... View Profile

Benthochromis Tricoti - Three-Lined Cichlid

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Benthochromis Tricoties should be kept in groups. Their group mast consist of 1-2 males and 6-8 females. Such a group will need a rather big aquarium to fell comfortable. At least a 100 gallon / 400 litre aquarium is required. The aquarium should be... View Profile

Callochromis Pleurospilus - Red Flame

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Male Callochromis Pleurospiluses are very aggressive especially towards each other. It is best to keep Callochromis Pleurospiluses in groups. Their group should consist of only 1 male and 4-5 females. Such a group will need at least a 50 gallon /... View Profile

Cyphotilapia Frontosa - Frontosa

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Frontosas are popular aquarium fishes. As they have big size, rather big aquarium is needed for them. A single Frontosa can be kept in a 30 gallon / 120 litre tank. If kept alone a pot or something similar is needed for him to feel protected.... View Profile

Cyprichromis Leptosoma - Blue Flash

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Blue Flashes are group fishes. They should be kept in groups consisting of 10-12 fishes. The aquarium for such a group should be at least 50 gallon / 200 litre. A lot of hiding places are needed in the aquarium. The aquarium should be decorated with... View Profile

Cyprichromis Microlepidotus - Bulu Point

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Cyprichromis Microlepidotus should be kept in groups consisting of 10-15 fishes. The aquarium for such a group should be minimum 50 gallons / 200 litres. The aquarium should be decorated with pots, caves, big rocks to have enough hiding places for... View Profile

Eretmodus Cyanostictus - Tanganyika Clown

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It is best to keep a pair of Eretmodus Cyanostictus alone. They will need at leas a 30 gallon / 120 litre aquarium. The aquarium should be decorated with flat rocks, pots, caves. Eretmodus Cyanostictuses live up to 8... View Profile

Gnathochromis Permaxillaris - Gnathochromis Permaxillaris

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A pair of Gnathochromis Permaxillarises need at least a 30 gallon / 120 litre aquarium. The aquarium should be decorated with sand, pots, caves and big rocks. It is not possible to sex this fishes, there are no differences between the males and... View Profile