The pinstripe menarambo or pinstripe damba (Paretroplus menarambo) is a species of cichlid fish from floodplain lakes in the Sofia River system in northwestern Madagascar. It is threatened by invasive species and over-fishing. It is part of a captive breeding program by public institutions like London Zoo and Bolton Museum and among fishkeeping hobbyists. It was formerly classified as extinct in the wild by the IUCN, but a remnant population has recently been discovered in Lake Tseny. The same lake also has populations of the related P. kieneri and P. lamenabe. The pinstripe menarambo is a relatively deep-bodied Paretroplus that reaches 25 centimetres (9.8 in) in length.