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“The Synodontis Multipunctatus or Cuckoo Cat as it is...”

Written on: 03/01/2007 by Lee2008 (27 reviews written)

The Synodontis Multipunctatus or Cuckoo Cat as it is also known is a wonderful addition to a tropical aquarium. Multipunctatus is endemic to lake Tanganyika in Africa, and this fish is better suited to an African cichlid set-up from either lake Tanganyika or lake Malawi, as the fish does extremely well with African cichlids, and it thrives with mouth-brooding cichlids, which it needs to raise its own fry.

The Synodontis Multipunctatus has very interesting breeding behaviour, as it uses mouth… Read Full Review

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Cult Fiction's Response to Lee2008's Review

Written on: 04/01/2007

Hello,
<br/>After reading this review, I have made some additional comments that may be useful to any young fish keepers. Lake Tanganyika is the largest and deepest lake in Africa which holds the largest volume of fresh water. With reference to the surface area (33000km2 for an approximation of size), it is the second largest lake on the continent - Just something to take into account when you are undecided on whether to purchase that 2ft tank or the more appropriate 4 ft tank in your living room.
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<br/>As indicated by the reviewer, the pH water level should lie between 7.5 - 8.5. It's perhaps worth noting that the actual pH average of Lake Tanganyika is about 8.4, which diverges towards the higher tolerance of the scale. This Lake is also the home to some 250 different types of cichlid species and approximately 150 types of non-cichlid species. Just out of interest, is there any information available where all types of fish species are defined?

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