IF the importer is Aquarium Glaser and if you remember the date of the purchase, they may be able to tell you where the fish originate from.
Regarding the blue shapes and rows, depending on their intensity they can also appear on females, being more visible on the more dominant individuals. Overall, the anal fin remains more translucent with less strongly marked patterns on females compared to males. Depending on the origin and on the individual, not all males will have the orange / red color tip at the end of the anal fin, but in any case there will be clearly marked patterns in their anal fin.
For ID confirmation request, the third picture you posted could be sufficiently qualitative to allow Rico Morgenstern to give you a positive ID. To do so, you can just send him a PM on the cichlid room companion forum embedding a link to this topic . I don't know him, but he posted really interesting things about the genus Pseudocrenilabrus on CRC forums (you can make a search on CRC forum with the keyword "pseudocrenilabrus" and you will see what I'm talking about ).
Hope this helps!
there are no coloured spots at the end of the anal fin on the biggest one (or any of the 3 fish).
I joined the cichlid room companion forum but it won't allow me to send a pm to any members as it says when the staff feel I have participated regularly enough then they will enable the function, so it is not an option to contact Rico Morgenstern for me at this time.
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