ID - I. loocki / P. fasciolatus

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ID - I. loocki / P. fasciolatus

Post by MGSNK » Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:01 am

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Re: ID - I. loocki / P. fasciolatus

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Re: ID - I. loocki / P. fasciolatus

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Re: ID - I. loocki / P. fasciolatus

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Re: ID - I. loocki / P. fasciolatus

Post by Adrian Indermaur » Mon Nov 14, 2011 3:06 am

Hy,
these are Petrochromis fasciolatus. Hard to tell from where at this age. I would say from the southern part of the lake.
The Fish in the Background on picture 9 looks like a I. loocki though. (Sometimes called P. sp. "orthognathus tricolor")

Nice Fish!

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Re: ID - I. loocki / P. fasciolatus

Post by MGSNK » Mon Nov 14, 2011 3:33 am

Hi Adrian,

Thats correct, the animals were caught at Chimba, Zambia.
And you are right, the other animals in the picture are 'tricolors' from the same region.

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Re: ID - I. loocki / P. fasciolatus

Post by MGSNK » Mon Nov 14, 2011 3:37 pm

Hi Andrian,

These are the 'tricolors'


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