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Pseudotropheus elongatus-Mpanga


Species: Pseudotropheus elongatus-Mpanga
Common Name: Mpanga
Size: Up to 4" (10cm ) females slightly smaller.
Habitat: AFRICA: Endemic to Lake Malawi. Occurs in Nkata Bay and Mbamba Bay.
Min Tank Size: 40 gallon or larger.
Diet: Omnivorous, flake, frozen and live. Needs algae to supplement.
Behavior: Aggressive to own species one male to four females.
Water: 72 - 81°F (22-27 C); pH range: 7.5 8.0; dH range: 9 - 19
Care: Best in African only tanks with fish of similar sizes and temperament, or species only.
Communities: Territorial keep with other mbuna and synodontis cats.
Suitability: Some experience with more aggressive cichlids.

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