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I suggest that you make the decision based on what YOU prefer the look of. I mean, they are basically the same fish, care, behaviour, etc in different packaging.

To predict a market in advance as to which fish will sell better by the time you have fry is impossible. You should be familiar with "flavour of the week" syndrome. But generally I think good quality Tropheus will always demand a reasonable price as they are a "specialist" fish.

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I have found it that the quality of the fish will get better money than type. I think you should get what you like, but get the best fish you can find. Stick to reconised breeders and if posible mix two good bloodlines together, although not always possible.

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I wasn't even aware we had the duboisi Bemba here. From memory, they have the large white band (similar to the Kigoma, but wider).

Are you sure you don't mean the Tropheus sp. black "Bemba"? It has the orange band.

You are better off finding a good quality species rather than type.

Out of the two, if indeed you can get the duboisi bemba, I'd say it depends if you like the white or yellow band better. The bemba are less common, but the black bemba are nearly as common as the maswa. Either will fetch good dollars if they are nice and black with good clean contrast.

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