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Malawi Cichlids in their natural habitat
The Mbipi, overlooked subflocks like the Mbuna of Lake Malawi? 25. Taxonomy of rock-dwelling cichlids, 29. Habitat and ecology of rock-dwelling cichlids, 36 ...
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Male or Female?
Venting diagram One of the questions I am most commonly asked is how to determine the sex of fish. The only positive way to determine the sex of sexually ...
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Male or Female?
One of the questions I am most commonly asked is how to determine the sex of fish. The only positive way to determine the sex of sexually monomorphic ...
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Male or Female?
Article on sexing cichlids. ... Male or Female? How to sex cichlids. Text, photos and graphics by GARY KRATOCHVIL ©1997 Gary Kratochvil, Exotic Tropicals ...
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Male or Female?
In some cases there will also be a pigment difference between the male and female vent. Julidochromis regani is an example of a species in which the male ...
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Male or Female?
In some cases there will also be a pigment difference between the male and female vent. Julidochromis regani is an example of a species in which the male ...
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Male or Female?
In some cases there will also be a pigment difference between the male and female vent. Julidochromis regani is an example of a species in which the male ...
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EXOTIC TROPICALS Fish Availability List Page. Cichlids and more!
EXOTIC TROPICALS Fish Availability List Page. Cichlids, cichlids and more cichlids!
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Male or Female?
Venting diagram One of the questions I am most commonly asked is how to determine the sex of fish. The only positive way to determine the sex of sexually ...
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Exotic Tropicals Products / Enjoying Cichlids
The result is an invaluable guide to the essentials of enjoying cichlids. It is illustrated with more than 180 excellent color photos. It has 240 pages, ...
 
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