Yssichromis piceatus are either extinct or critically endangered in the wild, and I’m only able to offer them for sale because they’ve been kept alive by groups like CARES and AZA. The fact that they exist is a testament to the work of many dedicated breeders over many decades.
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Haplochromis thereuterion is only sporadically available in the trade. Their original niche in the Lake was similar to Tanganyikan Cyprichromis, living high in the water column and feeding on zooplankton.