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The Cichlids Yearbook, Volume 4

Series: The Cichlids Yearbook Volume: 4
By: Ad Konings(Editor)
96 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cichlid Press
The Cichlids Yearbook, Volume 4
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About this book

The Cichlid Yearbook: Volume 4 collects articles related to the hobby of keeping cichlids.

Contents

Introduction 5

Tanganyika Cichlids
- The distribution patterns of Tropheus species 6
- Ophthalmotilapia nasuta from Resha, Burundi 12
- An intriguing yellow Petrochromis 14
- "Blue Mpimbwe": a new variety of Cyphotilapia frontosa 18
- Bred in an aquarium: Boulengerochromis microlepis 22

Malawi Cichlids
- Ps. demasoni sp. nov.: a sexually monomorphic cichlid from the Tanzanian coast of Lake Malawi 24
- Breeding Exochochromis anagenys (Oliver, 1989) 28
- The "Kawanga Borleyi" 30
- A compressed cichlid with an impressive snout 32
- A treasure from Lake Nyasa 34
- The "Red-Fin Tropheops" 36
- The many faces of Aulonocara stuartgranti 38

Victoria Cichlids
- Part III: The epilithic algae scrapers 42

Other African Cichlids
- Hemichromis stellifer Loiselle, 1979 52
- Pelmatochromis buettikoferi (Steindachner, 1895) 54
- Notes on Madagascar cichlids 56

Central American Cichlids
- The king of the Balsas: Nandopsis istlana 59
- Searching for the pearl of Mexico 65
- An extremely rare colour morph of Herichthys minckleyi 68

South American Cichlids
- Remarks on some species of the Crenicichla reticulata group 70
- Colombia: back to paradise 78

Cichlid Maintenance
- Back to nature 84

Cichlid Literatim
- Another look at the Amazonian cichlids 87
- A tangled web: cichlids and their relatives 91

Obituary: Dr. Ethelwynn Trewavas 95

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Series: The Cichlids Yearbook Volume: 4
By: Ad Konings(Editor)
96 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cichlid Press
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