Flake food, sticks, young guppies, frozen food, zebrafish
The basin is devoted to the threatened diversity of Lake Victoria.
Astatoreochromis alluaudi comes in Lake Victoria itself and surrounding lakes and rivers. One of the few non-endemic cichlids in Lake Victoria. Also belongs not to Victoriaseecichlidenartenschar nor intersects with this. Unfortunately, introduced in the 80s, animals are no longer available in Germany, therefore, had to pick up my four in Paris.
A. latifasciata peaceful cichlids that were once widespread in Lake Kyoga and Nawampasa times, now has only left one remaining population in Lake Nawampasa. These fish are critically endangered in nature
Haplochromis thereuterion is one of the new available Victoriaseecichliden. The animals originate from captive breeding at the University of Leiden. Not too aggressive insectivores, hold off on the swarm
Harpagochromis sp. "Golden Duck" another fish-eating species in the Lake Kyoga. The adults look fantastic Removing males deep black, females gold ("Golden Duck" up). Adjust it to the size of the roommates on, Golden Ducks are small (max. 15cm) Raiders! In nature, highly threatened.
Harpagochromis sp. "Orange Rock Hunter" fish-eaters, max. 25-30cm, critically endangered species in the Harpagochromis howesi species complex in nature survived until now only on Gabalema Iceland. The only Victoriaseeart was detected in the paternal mouth brood care in nature (Seehausen 1996). In the aquarium shy and peaceful.
Lipochromis sp. "Mathumbi Hunter" despite "Hunter" ramming no fish hunters, but ... spawning robbers who mouthbrooding females and thus forcing spit her offspring. Schooling fish, also hunt in shoals. In nature extinct.
Paralabidochromis sp. "Rock Kribensis" CH22, one of Mbipi (the same as Mbuna in Lake Malawi), one of the few species that are not to be jeopardized seem
Prognathochromis sp. "Silver Stilleto" another fighter from the Nawampasa / Lake Kyoga. Swarm attitude is an absolute must! Peaceful, usually holds on in middle water layers.
Ptyochromis sp. "Red Tail Sheller" also snail eaters. Until now peacefully