Nembwe (Serranochromis robustus)

(Günther 1864); CICHLIDAE FAMILY; also yellow-belly bream, robbie, tsungwa, sungwa, olyfkurper, nsuku
This species is found in Southern Africa’s lake Malawi and the Shire River, but has also been introduced to other waters including the upper Ruo River in Malawi and Swaziland and Natal.
The body of the nembwe is heavy and robust; the mouth large with large well spaced conical teeth. The pectoral fins are relatively short, 19-23% of the standard length. The coloration is olive to bright green, with a deep olive band along midbody. Fins are olive with yellow orange margins, anal fin of... Read More

 
 

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