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Old 06-11-2008
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I would like to know that tropheus kasakalawe & Tropheus Mpulungu is the same specie??? thanks for the answer
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Same species different collection point.
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thanks TxTropheusTrader... and mcorbeil
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Mpulungu is an harborcity, and from what i have been told from people who have been there, there was alot of garbage in the water around Mpulungu, not trophs! So i think mpulungu is just a easy way to say that they have been collected around the city of Mpulungu.
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I am with Kristian here.
I dont know of different collection points, other than a side bay or two, its just all one spot.
However, things may have changed, I will ask and let you folks know.
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Old 06-14-2008
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Interesting topic


You can checkout the Trophs.com Interactive Tropheus Collection Point Map to see the two locations and their proximity.
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Old 06-21-2008
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Kasakalawe is the collection point. Mpulungu is the port city they are shipped from.
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Old 06-23-2008
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Thanks Gerry i got a crystal clear now
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So, Mpulungu, Moops and Kasakalawe are names for the same fish?
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