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Ngara Flametail Peacock
Ngara Flametail Peacock
Ngara Flametail Peacock
Aulonocara stuartgrandi
Side view of the same Flametail Peacock... This guy just glows in my tank.
posted by: Kevin Nanaumi

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Nov 21st, 2005
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Visitor Comments

Andrew N » posted 2005/11/21 08:17 am
Nice, can't wait for mine to grow up.
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/21 06:32 pm
yes its very nice.
mike edar » posted 2005/11/23 12:23 am  
where can I get one?
Kevin Nanaumi » posted 2005/11/23 04:15 am  
I have never seen this guy anywhere before. I have only a couple stores up where I live that I go to often, but once in awhile I take a longer drive to the places I visit once a rarely and I just happened to luck out with this guy. Don't know wher your located but if your in Southern California, there are quite a few places in the San Fernando Valley, I got himat a place called "Aquarium City".
(anonymous) » posted 2005/12/16 09:47 pm
Nice Fish it has a beutiful coloration in it
pedro figueroa » posted 2008/09/30 08:13 pm

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Latest comments:
Curt Manary
20:24

cool fish, I don't know why, but some of my pictures load up sideways, but
felix nunez
17:45

So it's a pure breed then?
Dan Noon
16:55

agree with both
Dan Noon
16:55

beautiful jd but he should not be housed with Africans. too many difference
Alexander Langer
11:46

I believe peacocks/mbuna cannot be crossbred. Anyways, nice looking guy.
felix nunez
08:23

Guy I got it from told me he hybrid peacock/mbuna
bip_ 4u
05:11

This is not a peacock, it's mbuna. Possibly a cobalt.