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pseudotropheus hajomaylandi

12 years 6 months ago #7222 by spaunen
Replied by spaunen on topic pseudotropheus hajomaylandi
perfect!

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12 years 6 months ago #7162 by Jedd
Replied by Jedd on topic pseudotropheus hajomaylandi
mine just chill..theres for sure one male that chases the others around. besides that they pig out on aquadine and hbh flakes! ;D

gotta love those cichlids!

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12 years 6 months ago - 12 years 6 months ago #7091 by spaunen
Replied by spaunen on topic pseudotropheus hajomaylandi
I pre-ordered some for the swap, I'd like to give them a try, they look awesome. Have a 120 to put them in.
How do they act in the tank?
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12 years 6 months ago #7090 by why_spyder
I have not had juveniles so I don't know how they look.

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12 years 7 months ago #5392 by Jedd
Replied by Jedd on topic pseudotropheus hajomaylandi
so do they start off in juvie form like i described?

gotta love those cichlids!

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12 years 7 months ago #5347 by why_spyder
As far as I know - there are no albino forms out there.  The pink in the eye can easily be from light reflection within the eye itself.  These fish do go 'pale' quite a bit, even the big adults do it from time to time.  Coloring will come with maturity and dominance.

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12 years 7 months ago #5119 by MLcichlids
I've never kept any before... Do you have some pics?

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12 years 7 months ago #5085 by Jedd
Replied by Jedd on topic pseudotropheus hajomaylandi
oh ok..mine are about 2.5" now and piggin out big time on spirulina flakes and NLS. heres another question..i dont know if there are regular forms and albino forms or not but the fish in my colony are pale white-ish with a hint of orange-ish gold around the head and gill area. my tank has dim light so i used a flashlight to shine into their eyes. theres a few with pink eyes and a few with black eyes. are there 2 different forms of these guys then? hope i didnt confuse you guys.

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12 years 7 months ago #4979 by Tankfan
Replied by Tankfan on topic pseudotropheus hajomaylandi
I have some as well.

As you may have noticed in Spyders post, these are officially now classified as Metriaclima.

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12 years 7 months ago #4842 by why_spyder
I have some Met. hayjomaylandi from Chizumulu.

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