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Copadichromis borleyi

A young pair of <I>Copadichromis borleyi</I>. The male (top) will develop far more intense colours: a yellow/orange body with a blue head, whilst the female (below) can be almost black

A young pair of Copadichromis borleyi. The male (top) will develop far more intense colours: a yellow/orange body with a blue head, whilst the female (below) can be almost black

A female <I>Copadichromis borleyi</I>.  from Kadango, Malawi

A female Copadichromis borleyi. from Kadango, Malawi

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The biggest killer of tropical fish is overfeeding. Uneaten food decays and pollutes the water, even with adequate filtration. Adult fish should remain unfed one day each week, and almost all commonly available species will be completely fine if unfed during a two week vacation


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