this tan­ganyikan ci­ch­lid seen at wharf, re­gional vari­ant ‘Kach­ese’, de­vel­ops a darker, more con­trast­ing pat­tern with yel­low/gold in the fi­nage, and stun­ning white spots on the tail and anal fins.

Practical Fishkeeping (UK) - - Gear & Reviews -

Sci­en­tific name: Ne­o­lam­pro­lo­gus buescheri Pro­nun­ci­a­tion: neo-lam-pro-lo-gus boo-sheri Size: 6-7cm Ori­gin: east africa: Lake tan­ganyika Habitat: south­ern half of the lake. Lives be­tween 15-25m depth over rocky coast Tank size: 90x30x38cm Wa­ter re­quire­ments: 7.8-8.5 ph, 10-20°h Tem­per­a­ture: 25-27°c Tem­per­a­ment: ag­gres­sive and ter­ri­to­rial. Keep only with very dif­fer­ent tan­ganyikan cich­lids Feed­ing: Om­ni­vore – flake, pel­lets, frozen Krill, brine and My­sis shrimp (avoid blood­worm) Avail­abil­ity and cost: Un­com­mon but not rare; £18.95 here

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