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Tropheus Species & Variants Discussion of Tropheus Species, Variants & Collection Points... including ID questions.

View Poll Results: Best Red Troph
Chiwina 11 1.77%
Kachese 48 7.72%
Livua 27 4.34%
Lupota 27 4.34%
Ndole 83 13.34%
Moliro 218 35.05%
Chimba 50 8.04%
Chipimbi 48 7.72%
Kalambwe "Bright Red" 44 7.07%
Chilanga 20 3.22%
Other 46 7.40%
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would love to see some pics of the sumbu........


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If I were to purchase another colony, it would be Moliro. That is a very colorful Tropheus.
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I like how people voted for moliro but the chipimbi is very similar to the moliro and have a great display of color but with more black. My favorite sp.red so far
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Here are the Moliros I once had..
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Default Tropheus Moliro FTW!

I voted Moliro Firecracker because I keep them and they're one of my favourite breeds. Such a deep dark red and very strong species, they're the dominant group in my mixed tank!

Video of mine here -
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Years ago I had Tropheus Chipimbi, because to me are my favorites. Here is a one picture of them.

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I am tempted to say that this poll will be weighted due to most people voting for what they have kept in the past or are keeping now and as Moliro is a more popular species and easiest to get hold of then more people would have kept them/are keeing them so are more likely to vote for them.

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Hello to all,


My varitie favorite of Tropheus sp. red, is the varietie, Kachese Red : Thumbsup:



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Dunno if these are reds, I had them as kazumbi but was later told they were kachese (?)
Recently moved them on but an attractive Troph none the less, pretty feisty....





If its not a red please delete (mods) ,


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Cyprichromis leptosoma (Mpulungu)
exLamprologus caudopunctatus
exLamprologus multifasciatus
WC Eretmodus sp. "north" (Bulu Point)
WC Limnochromis auritus (Chituta Bay)
WC Tropheus Polli
F1 Tropheus bulu point
F1 Tropheus karago
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Simochromis diagramma
Neolamprologus cylindricus
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Dunno if these are reds, I had them as kazumbi but was later told they were kachese (?)
Recently moved them on but an attractive Troph none the less, pretty feisty....





If its not a red please delete (mods) ,


Cheers, Sean
It's Red. That's the Kachese. Although its a red species, they are more orange than anything.
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