Just a heads up that I have made a minor update to the Neochromis omnicaeruleus Makobe article.
I came home from the GCCA's Cichlid Classic Friday night to find my tiny little Pundamilia female was holding. I had seen the male dancing about trying to get her attention, but assumed she was too small/young to breed yet. I was wrong. Here is a poor quality photo of the holding female. I imagine she doesn't have too many eggs in there as this is her first spawn, but the size of her distended buccal cavity is enormous. She is maybe an inch-and-a-half long.
Here are a few shots of my Pundamilia nyererei Makobe. The fish pictured is the dominant male of a reverse trio that I purchased as a regular trio. Hopefully the smaller male doesn't get beat to death as they age. They can be nasty little buggers.