James Shingler wrote:Sorry to disagree, they do cross (sometimes) even with good numbers of both males and females of both types, in even big tanks. In tanks the dom male of another type can and does (sometimes) push his way in despite the females efforts to breed with only her type. Prob not seen in the wild but common in tanks.
Photographic evidence needed?
I know this is not what is regularly reported (and contradicts the Aqualog book on Tropheus (usually very reliable)) but I have seen it often.
My thanks to the photo taker for giving the evidence I have been looking to show folk for years.
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