Just got a group of beautiful alestopetersius brichardi from Wetspot a few days ago.
They are still settling into quarantine, but eating robustly.
Have proactively treated them with a three day dose of Praziquantel and will be dosing with flubendazole in a couple days. Besides that, will just observe, but dont see any likely problems as are very healthy for wilds from Africa.

These are central African and only found in Lake Mai-Ndombe in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Map:https://wikivisually.com/wiki/Lake_Mai-Ndombe