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Name change?

6 years 11 months ago #33992 by aquaticclarity
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Most of the Lake Victorian cichlids we have in the hobby were called Haplochromis back in the late 80's and early 90's when they first started being exported. The same thing is true for many of the more open water/sand cichlids (not the Mbuna-rock oriented fish). Most of them were Haplochromis before taxonomists started working on classifying the different fish into different groups with common traits.

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6 years 11 months ago #33988 by scubadiver
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Scientific Name: Pundamilia sp. "crimson tide"



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6 years 11 months ago #33987 by Steve Woita
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I got a couple bags of "Pundamilia Crimson Reds" at last auction. Then while checking the fry out on the net, I think I found a name change. Were they (until recently) called "Haplochromis Crimson Red"? If so then I've had this pretty little fish before.
Anyone aware of this? Thanks. Steve

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