Lake Tanganyika

Located in the Rift Valley in eastern Africa, Lake Tanganyika is a very large lake: about 600 kilometres in length with a shoreline estimated at 2000 kilometres (it is also the second deepest lake in the world). The lake is home to 200+ Cichlid species (with numerous colour variations amongst some of these species). Tanganyikans are popular amongst Cichlid enthusiasts because of their varied behaviour and attractive shape and colours.

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  1. ALTOLAMPROLOGUS COMPRESSICEPS

    ALTOLAMPROLOGUS COMPRESSICEPS

    Size: 3-4cm

    $39.95
    Slow growing predator with a highly compressed body, provide rocky habitat. Learn More
  2. CYPHOTILAPIA FRONTOSA 6 BURUNDI

    CYPHOTILAPIA FRONTOSA 6 BURUNDI

    Size: 4cm

    $35.00
    Best kept in a group with 5-6 specimens. Learn More
  3. JULIDOCHROMIS MARLIERI

    JULIDOCHROMIS MARLIERI

    Size: 3.5-4cm

    $16.95
    "Julies" are one of the more popular Tanganyikan groups, with their intricate colour patterns and interesting behaviour. Learn More
  4. JULIDOCHROMIS REGANI - GOLD ZAMBIA

    JULIDOCHROMIS REGANI - GOLD ZAMBIA

    Size: 4-5cm

    $19.95
    "Julies" are one of the more popular Tanganyikan groups, with their intricate colour patterns and interesting behaviour. Learn More
  5. NEOLAMPROLOGUS OCELLATUS GOLD

    NEOLAMPROLOGUS OCELLATUS GOLD

    Size: 2-3cm

    $24.95
    One of several small species known as 'shell-dwellers'; these fish use empty snail shells as refuges and breeding sites Learn More
  6. PRINCESS CICHLID

    PRINCESS CICHLID

    Size: 3.5-4cm

    $12.95
    Very popular Tanganyikan, with its beautiful finnage. Learn More

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