AquaFarm AF 2001 touched also humid with Spirulina powder,
3 times a week in addition to Cyclop EEZE (argent) enriched (promotes reds of Tropheus)
Frozen Food (2 - 4 times a week):
Cyclops, rarely White Mosquito
now and then seaweed and lettuce leaf überbrühtes
Fasting - only when juveniles are (to 3 cm) in the basin Cyclops is fed Sundays
The "Chipimbi" is from my observation out in males more aggressive and area-forming than the variant of Cape Kachese that occurs rather as a group.
So far, no male "Chipimbi" female "Kachese" has angebalzt, no "Kachese-Bock" female "Chipimbi". Since it is the after KONINGS (1999) the so-called Red Tropheus in both variants, hybridization can not be excluded. Therefore, the two groups will be closely watched by me to possibly take corrective influence. Presumably, however, be recognized that both variants. The signal coloration of sexually mature animals is apparently so different that no "mixing" takes place. This would be absolutely mE be avoided in order not to provoke any "artificial Geovariante".