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Old 04-28-2009
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I have purchased from local store six T. Moorii Zongwe (Yellow). The pictures I have seen in the internet show that the Murago have more yellow then Zongwe.



I'am a newbe in having Tropheus, does anyone know the specific difference between the two variants.

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Old 04-28-2009
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No, they are not the same.

Do on search on here for murago and you will pull up a lot of information about this.

Look for the spots on the face - that's the dead give-away for murago.
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murago = spots

zongwe = no spots
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Hi Sgas
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Even tho you joined a while back in April, still wanted to say Hi..

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I was told this is a WC Yellow Murago

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