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 Post subject: Help id this vic
PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:22 pm 
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Got this guy and 3 females we are raising up to try and ID. If you have an idea let me know. He is showing some more red through the top of his back.

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 Post subject: Re: Help id this vic
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Not sure, head shape looks a little off to me. i was thinking some kind of pundamilia but maybe it is just a bad angel.

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couple more pics from different angles would help


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What did they say they were when you got them?

They have Neochromis shaped head.

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 Post subject: Re: Help id this vic
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I agree Jim.

How old are the fish?


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 Post subject: Re: Help id this vic
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came in to my friends shop with an order accidently didn't say what so we are raising them up to see what they are one of the females is already holding. Here are some more pics.

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Pundamilia nyererei :)


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I have also had this name thrown out there. haplochromis red emmiside


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Big Jim wrote:
They have a Neochromis shaped head.


I think the head shape in the first pictures might be a bit distorted by the glass due to the angle of the camera when taking the picture.

They look a bit too young to be absolutely sure of the species, but for now, I'm betting they will color up as Pundamilia nyererei when adults.

Here is one of my nyererei as a juvenile:
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