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Keeping Malawi Cichlids in Lithuania - Part II

by Sigitas Adomaitis

Cynotilapia afra

Some comments :

The males of this species are particularly beautiful! The Cynotilapia afra male is the most aggressive fish in this aquarium (hyperdominant) - no other fish  can confront it. Even the M.auratus male is hiding when it sees this nasty guy – the king of my aquarium. I currently have a group of 1 male and 3 females. They spawn so often, that at any given time at least one female is holding eggs/fry. All females have spawned successfully and juveniles were donated to other aquarists. I have no interest in breeding them any more, so I'm leaving juveniles in the aquarium. This means that sooner or later, they will end up in the stomach of adult mbuna.

For further photos and notes on the species I keep please see next page

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