Lamprologus werneri

The Lamprologus werneri lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Lamprologus werneri was first identified in the late fifties and soon after brought into the United States. They are rather odd looking and have only been sparingly imported. They are nonetheless a very interesting fish. More

Lamprologus werneri in the aquarium of Mark Smith. Photo by Mark Smith. Lamprologus werneri Poll, 1959 - Last updated on 05-Nov-2007. - Please login to view this full profile. More

Lamprologus werneri/congolensis Nannochromis nudiceps Phenacogrammus bruseghemi Phenacogrammus interruptus Steatocranus casuarius buffalohead Steatocranus gibbiceps Steatocranus tinanti Synodontis angelicus Synodontis brichardi Synodontis contractus More

is the Lamprologus werneri has a more pronounced hump and the N. kinganga has a slightly more pointed head. Aulonocara maylandi sulphurhead-Aulonocara maylandi is commonly sold under the name More

Lamprologus werneri from that area as well. They're similar to each other. Here's my male. I know it's dark but the tank is really brown and he was under the driftwood. More

Re: WHO AM I ?????its a Lamprologus Werneri iv found it thanx to all Goldy Posted: 27/9/2005 23:14 Updated: 27/9/2005 23:14 Forum Manager Joined: 10/3/2004From: CheshirePosts: 18316 Re: WHO AM I ?????Here you go you clever wee thing you More

Common names

Sinikoskiahven in Finnish (suomen kieli)
沃氏亮丽鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
沃氏亮丽鲷 in Unknown
沃氏亮麗鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
沃氏亮麗鯛 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Cichlidae
Genus : Lamprologus
Species : Lamprologus werneri
Authority : Poll, 1959