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Tanganyika Cichlids in their Natural Habitat

Flora / Fauna
By: Ad Konings(Author)
408 pages, 1200+ colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cichlid Press
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The 400+ pages of this long-awaited revision of the definitive work on the cichlids of Lake Tanganyika contain a wealth of new information, with more than 1200 photos, most taken in the lake, showing all the currently known species. Based on more than 750 hours of underwater observations by the author, the information on the habitats and natural behaviour of these cichlids enables the aquarist to keep each species as naturally as possible in the aquarium, increasing the likelihood of successful maintenance and breeding.

Please note that this book is printed on-demand, and is therefore not printed on the glossy paper of earlier Cichlid Press publications.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Ad Konings(Author)
408 pages, 1200+ colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cichlid Press
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