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info on Cynotilapia afra (Lupingu) ....please

12 years 1 month ago #4975 by stealthscope
That sounds great! How do the females look? Do you have pictures? I'm very interested.

I can't breed fish... but I can paint them ^_^

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12 years 1 month ago #4974 by ReptileJK
I have Cynotilapia afra "cobue" and I've found that they are less aggressive, in general, than many Pseudotropheus and Labeotrophus, for example, in community tanks.  In fact, I have a 70 g with a mix of the afras, Pseudotropheus flavus, Melanochromis labrossus, two Otopharynx lithobates and a few random fry that has been working out incredible!  It's my favorite malawi tank...mostly because I don't have to worry about the fix beating the snot out of eachother like I do with my other malawi community tank.

Just my experience, though.

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12 years 1 month ago #4964 by stealthscope
hello again...

Does anyone know about the "Cynotilapia afra (Lupingu)"? All I found was this site: http://www.cichlid-forum.com/profiles/species.php?id=1736

They look like demasoni and stay small but it says they are not too agressive.. maybe I can get these instead of the demasoni. Does anyone keep these fish and know more about them?

thanks  :)

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