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Old 06-13-2012, 07:05 PM   #1
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What are theses fish called?

1 http://www.gcca.net/2011-05-03-03-34...5168949a59/jpg

2 http://www.gcca.net/2011-05-03-03-34...8fba746dee/jpg

3 http://www.gcca.net/2011-05-03-03-34...e9c6276144/jpg

4 http://www.gcca.net/2011-05-03-03-34...f564c9976e/jpg

5 http://www.gcca.net/2011-05-03-03-34...4c5b2cba08/jpg
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Old 06-13-2012, 07:43 PM   #2
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Sorry, would love to help, but none of your photos opens for me.

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Old 06-13-2012, 07:46 PM   #3
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Sorry, would love to help, but none of your photos opens for me.

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Same here :/
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Sorry... hopefully this will work
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Old 06-13-2012, 10:29 PM   #5
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3 is a convict, 4 is a species of julidochromis
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Old 06-13-2012, 11:00 PM   #6
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I agree 3 is a convict rest I dont know.
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I'm no cichlid buff, but I'll give it a shot. The first one looks like an Aulonocara species. No real idea on the second one, but my initial impression was a Chromidotilapia species. I'll keep looking on that one - unless someone else comes up with a name. The third probably is just a convict. As for the Julidochromis, my guess is J. marlieri.

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I'm no cichlid buff, but I'll give it a shot. The first one looks like an Aulonocara species. No real idea on the second one, but my initial impression was a Chromidotilapia species. I'll keep looking on that one - unless someone else comes up with a name. The third probably is just a convict. As for the Julidochromis, my guess is J. marlieri.

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I agree with the marlieri, that was my first guess

And my guess is alunocara hueseri for the first one

For the second one, if it is indeed a chromidotilapia sp., the my guess is c. melaniae
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I wouldn't trust my first impressions too much on the 2nd fish. The more I look at it, it looks too big and the mouth seems wrong for Chromidotilapia. Have a look at Sarotherodon species for (perhaps) a more likely identification.

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Can I ask why your asking?

If you notice the first 2 and the last one are all pictures by the same person and I know the last one is for sure a type of Julidochromis from Lake Tanganyikan so I bet that they all are. The 3rd as stated above is a convict and does not mix with the other 3 for sure if that's why your asking. But I could be wrong because the first ones body shape to me looks like some sort of lethrinops and the seconds mouth is like haps. I'll keep looking around


Ok no luck for me I give up its giving me a headache searching. This guy is the president and belongs to different clubs. Are you a member of that club? Cause I can't find the photos you uploaded so my guess is they are member only photos. You should probably ask him what they are since he has them and breeds um.
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