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Once again...help identifying one of my fish...

Discussion in 'Cichlids' started by DCoyner, May 18, 2018.

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    The yellow and black striped lovely here...I assumed Auratus when it was younger...but now I am not as sure. 20180518_112415.jpg 20180518_112415.jpg

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    Looks like a female Haplochromis (or Paralabidochromis) sauvagei
     
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    Not sure what it is, but does not look like an Auratus
     
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    H. sauvagei is correct. also called the Yellow Rock Kribensis.
     
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    Thank you all so very much! I will let it remain in with the Mbunas until I see any untoward aggression towards it...then if needed will switch her to another tank.
     
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