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African Cichlids III, Malawi II Kaiserbuntbarsche / Peacocks

Flora / Fauna
By: E Schraml
128 pages, colour photos
Publisher: AQUALOG Verlag
African Cichlids III, Malawi II
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Language: Bilingual in English and German

The main topic of this third Aqualog pictorial lexicon on the cichlids of Africa is the genus Auloncara. In addition, this volume also presents all the species and variants of the genera Alticorpus, Lethrinops, Taeniolethrinops, and Tramitichromis, as well as the species Astatotilapia calliptera that live in Lake Malawi.

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Flora / Fauna
By: E Schraml
128 pages, colour photos
Publisher: AQUALOG Verlag
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