Tropheus moorii 'mpulungu'
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This beautiful African cichlid (family Cichlidae) is found in the Lake Tanganyika (Zambia and Mpulungu region). This species might be confused with Tropheus moorii 'ilangi'.
- Rocky Tanganyika tank setup
- Omnivore but mainly herbivore eater
- Spirulina based diet
- Feed several times per day (small amounts)
- Aggressive (keep in species specific tank)
- Keep as a colony
Tropheus moorii 'mpulungu' is also known by Tropheus sp. 'mpulungu', Tropheus moorii sunset, Tropheus moorii sp. 'lufubu', Tropheus moorii 'muzumwa', Sunspot and Mpulungu.
Below you can find photo and video collection of the Tropheus sp. 'mpulungu' cichlids that my father have kept in the past. I personally have no experience with this species and African species in general. My father have had successful breeding attempts with the colony he cared for.
Please contact me if the provided information is faulty.
This photo gallery contains images. Photos were taken between 2007 and 2009. Latest photos are always at the top. Click on each image for full-screen view.
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