Telmatochromis dhonti © Ad Konings
Geophagus sp. 'red head tapajos' described — The Geophagus sp. 'red head tapajos' has been given the name Geophagus pyrocephalus by Junior Chuctaya, Pedro Nitschke, Marcelo C. Andrade, Juliana Wingert, and Luiz R. Malabarba in a publication in the Journal of Fish Biology (10.1111/jfb.15207). The description is based on morphology... weiterlesen
Etroplus Cuvier, 1830 — von Juan Miguel Artigas Azas
More closely related to Madagascan Paretroplus than to any other African cichlid.
Pseudetroplus Bleeker, 1862 — von Juan Miguel Artigas Azas
The mere mention of Pseudetroplus by Günther set the original reference on his publication.
Amphilophus istlanus (Jordan & Snyder, 1899) — von Juan Miguel Artigas Azas
Amphilophus istlanus could be a natural hybrid between A. trimaculatus and Mayaheros beani.
exLamprologus ornatipinnis (Poll, 1949) — von Patrick Tawil
A nice little shell-dwelling lamprologine in which the male is much larger than the female.
Cycla conibos (Castelnau, 1855) — von Juan Miguel Artigas Azas
Patrick de Rham — von Juan Miguel Artigas Azas
The aquarium world says goodbye to one of its most influential figures
Cichlid hybrids — von Juan Miguel Artigas Azas
The topic of hybridization of fishes, and in particular of cichlids, has been gaining more relevance in the past few decades as new research has increasingly shown the importance of hybridization events in the evolution and emergence of new species, a previously poorly known fact outside flowering plants or bacteria. The amount of papers dealing with natural hybridization in fish has blossomed in recent years
Cichlid conservation – Efforts to protect biodiversity — von Juan Miguel Artigas Azas
Not all is uncontrolled population growth and greed with humans, there are also many people who genuinely and passionately care for the environment and the species, and efforts are organized to try to miti
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