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    Default ID mbuna please







    I'm talking about the yellow/white one. Not the OB peacock.



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    Exasperatus



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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliphant View Post
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    Thanks. That was an impulse buy...now let me find some info on him.



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    Currently classified as Labidochromis joanjohnsonae. Plenty of info under Melanochromis joanjohnsonae (old genus). Females stay plaid colored, males turn light, shiny blue - very underrated fish imo. Meaner than your typical Labidochromis - get about 4".
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    Striped Raphael catfish (37 years old)
    Glypto. gibbiceps pleco



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    Quote Originally Posted by fishman76092 View Post
    Currently classified as Labidochromis joanjohnsonae. Plenty of info under Melanochromis joanjohnsonae (old genus). Females stay plaid colored, males turn light, shiny blue - very underrated fish imo. Meaner than your typical Labidochromis - get about 4".
    Thank you for the info! Yea these seem quite uncommon as I haven't seen them at the store before. I wouldn't mind having half a dozen of these.



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