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Amphilophus hogaboomorum “Rio Cholteca”

Posted by TFH Magazine in Tropical Fish Hobbyist Blog on May 27, 2011 at 6:07 am

Parachromis motaguense “Rio Blanco”. Photograph by Mo Devlin.

Mo Devlin, chairman of the American Cichlid Association Convention and superb photographer, wrote about how he captures the his fish’s most amazing moments on film. Check out his full article “Cichlid Camera Magic” from the July 2011 issue of TFH at http://www.tfhmagazine.com/details/articles/cichlid-camera-magic-full-article.htm.

But Mo doesn’t limit himself to photos only, he also makes incredible videos of his cichlids. In particular, he created a video of the Amphilophus hogaboomorum featured in the article. The video shows fish that Mo collected in the Rio Cholteca near Teguchagalpa, Honduras. The tank includes one female (the smallest one) and several males in a 180-gallon tank.

Amphilophus hogaboomorum \”Rio Cholteca\”

Posted in Aquatic Videos by TFH Magazine on May 27th, 2011 at 6:07 am.

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  1. D Jorden Nov 9th 2011

    that photo is of a parachromis


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