Livingstoni's Nimbochromis (Nimbochromis livingstonii)

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Livingstoni's Nimbochromis

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Livingstoni's Nimbochromis Juvenile

Nimbochromis livingstonii

Moderate

113.562 liters
113,562.353 mL
113.6 Litres (30 US G.)

17.78 cm 12.7-17.8cm (5-7 ")

sg

Freshwater

pH

7.5 - 8.5

295.15 K
71.6 °F
531.27 °R
301.15 K
82.4 °F
542.07 °R
22 -28 °C (71.6-82.4°F)

10-18 °d

1:2 M:F

Common

6-10 years





Contents

Additional names

Livingstoni's Nimbochromis, Livingstoni, Livingston's Hap, Sleeper Fish

Additional scientific names

Cyrtocara livingstonii, Haplochromis livingstonii, Hemichromis livingstonii


Origin

Endemic to Lake Malawi.

Sexing

Males are more brightly coloured with egg-spots on the anal fin.

Tank compatibility

Diet

Feeding regime

Environment Specifics

Behaviour

Identification

This fish has a pale body with large dark interlinked patches.

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