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  1. Default What fish is this?


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    Can anybody please identify this cichlid
    thanks Andy


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    I think it is Xenotilapia spiloptera.



    credit to fishbase of course!

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    Don't know. I think that it looks like a female of a Haplochromis species.

    Are you sure that they are malawi or could they be a Victoria cichlid?

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    not a clue what it is or where it comes from its about 5 inch approx friendly fish femal
    does anybody want to swap? all malawi offers considered

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    yea you may be right about it being a hap. I looked at some pictures and the dorsal fins are much more characteristic of a hap. I am going to look aroung some more.

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    alan from another site said it could be a otopharynx heterodon female or Copadichromis chrysonatus i think he could be right

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