AQUALOG AFRICAN CICHLIDS II TANGANYIKA I TROPHEUS PDF

Lake Tanganyika, situated in the heart of Africa, is one of the most fascinating bodies of water in the world. It is also one of the largest, as well as deepest, freshwater lakes to be found on Earth. In numerical terms the cichlids family Cichlidae , dominate Lake Tanganyika, in regards of both, species and numbers. One of the peculiarities of the genus Tropheus, found only in Lake Tanganyika, is that these extremely specialized fishes are unable to cross large areas where there are no aggregations of rocks. These rock formations form their particular habitat. As a result, these cichlids have evolved in distinct variants, easily distinguished by their coloration, in practically every rocky zone.

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It is also one of the largest, as well as deepest, freshwater lakes to be found on Earth. In numerical terms the cichlids family Cichlidae , dominate Lake Tanganyika, in regards of both, species and numbers. One of the peculiarities of the genus Tropheus, found only in Lake Tanganyika, is that these extremely specialized fishes are unable to cross large areas where there are no aggregations of rocks. These rock formations form their particular habitat.

As a result, these cichlids have evolved in distinct variants, easily distinguished by their coloration, in practically every rocky zone. Because coloration plays a major role in the courtship of these cichlids, they are often incredibly colorful. All the color variants known to date - more than , including the newest discoveries never before pictured in print - are here for the first time portrayed in words and photos in a single book. In the course of more than 10 years of intensive involvement with these fishes, the author Peter Schupke has compiled all the information available on these spectacularly attractive Tropheus.

The most recent research using the latest scientific methods, such as DNA analysis, has been included. The aquarist is provided with all the information required for the successful maintenance and breeding of these fishes in captivity. Aquarists and scientists alike will find in this Aqualog a unique work of reference, which like all Aqualog lexica, can be kept up to date over the years to come by means of the supplements.

Hardcover - pages - over photos plus drawings. Includes a nice poster with all the localities of the Tropheus. Product Details. Pages: Product dimensions: 6. Related Searches. These splendid fishes, known in English-speaking countries as Malawi Peacocks, are amongst the most magnificent and beautiful fishes in the world. Their glorious View Product. The true mailed catfishes, with around described species and at least as many not The true mailed catfishes, with around described species and at least as many not yet classified by science, form a highly complex group.

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This reference book contains all species and varieties of this genus, and are described and pictured. Deutsch English. We're still open for business, read our Covid statement here. Prothero Michael J.

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African Cichlids II: Tanganyika I: Tropheus

Author: P. Schupke pages, hardcover Lake Tanganyika is one of the most fascinating lakes in the world. The cichlids of Lake Tanganyika dominate the fish fauna, in number of species as well as in numbers of specimens. The species of the cichlid genus Tropheus are so specialized in feeding habits, that they are not able disperse beyond rocky areas. As a result the fish of this genus developed its own quite distinguishable colour variety for almost every single reef in the enormous lake. Because the display of colour is an important factor in the courtship behaviour of this fish, the different varieties developed beautiful colouration patterns. For the first time ever, all known colour varieties, over including the latest, never pictured varieties, are described and pictured.

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