Yellow Top Mbamba is a freshwater fish with the scientific name Labidochromis sp. “Mbamba Bay”.
It’s part of a group called mbuna, meaning it lives among rocks.
Yellow Top Mbamba is smaller than other mbuna fish, growing to only 3 to 4 inches when fully grown.
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Yellow Top Mbamba Interesting Facts
- Yellow Top Mbamba fish are mouthbrooders, carrying eggs in their mouths for protection.
- They inhabit Lake Malawi and belong to the mbuna group, living among rocks.
- Smaller than other mbuna species.
Yellow Top Mbamba Habitat
Yellow Top Mbamba is endemic to Lake Malawi.
Yellow Top Mbamba Physical Characteristics
Size: 5.1 inches (13 centimeters)
Yellow Top Mbamba grows up to 5.1 inches (13 centimeters) long. It’s smaller than other mbuna fish species.
Yellow Top Mbamba Reproduction
Yellow Top Mbamba carries its eggs in its mouth, but it hasn’t been formally described yet.