cichlid fish


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cichlid fish

a group of TELEOST fish that carry the young in the mouth.
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What happens if such a territorial cichlid fish is castrated?
I swim above cichlid fish with the iridescence of peacock feathers - the lake contains more freshwater fish species than America and Europe combined - and kayak into coves as fish eagles throw back their heads and cry from the cliffs above.
However there are few records of mortality caused by severe infections in cichlid fish.
The work may shed light on other cases in which species form and stay separate while sharing space, such as in African cichlid fish.
The subjects were aggressive male cichlid fish, which often pick fights with others of their species.
The park was established to protect the cichlid fish unique to the area.
Recent studies, such as those on cichlid fish, (2) have shed new light on the numerous patterns and mechanisms for rapid speciation and adaptive radiation.
This park, now a World Heritage Site, was established to protect the cichlid fish of the area.
Putting aside efforts to cure real diseases, like cancer or AIDS, researchers from the University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim's Department of Wasting Time and Money, in Germany, launched 60 baby cichlid fish into space in an effort to decode the causes of motion sickness, Reuters reports.