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Welcome back Guest... is a website dedicated to the identification, preservation and care of the cichlid known in the fish world as Frontosa. The name Frontosa actually refers to a single species of the Cyphotilapia genus, which is currently composed of two members: Cyphotilapia gibberosa and Cyphotilapia frontosa. We as Frontosa fans believe that both gibberosa and frontosa are the most beautiful and regal of all the cichlids.

Please feel free to look around, create a free member account, and get involved. If you are a beginner to the hobby or to Frontosa, congratulations and welcome. If you are an experienced member of the hobby, we welcome you, your knowledge and experience is invaluable. We hope you enjoy and that you help to spread the good news about our favorite fish. --Tr6 asks you to help Ad Konings continue his work on Lake Malawi. Your contribution no matter how small will help SAVE the fish we all love.

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