Remarks: The Green Face Peacock (Aulonocara saulosi) hails from several locations around Lake Malawi, primarily in the Mozambique coast. These fish are from the Tanzanian coast on Undu Point. Green Face Peacocks are unique from other rock-dwelling Aulonocara in that they do not maintain permanent territories. Males roam in search of food in the sandy beds between reefs, and spawning can occur whenever a female is encountered.
Scientific Name: Aulonocara saulosi "Undu Point"
Common Name: Green Face Peacock
Max Size: 6"
Region of Origin: Lake Malawi, Africa
Captive Bred or Wild: Wild Caught
Diet: Flake or pellet
Compatibility: Victorian Haps, Malawi Haps, Malawi Peacocks, Synodontis