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Your photos are not very good for ID, but the coloration of the ventral fins is typical for the yellow form of A. allpahuayo. Moreover, A. allpahuayo is quite regularly sold under the wrong name "A. juruensis".
Do you mean these markings?
If so, it's the dorsal spots (which sometimes can merge more or less into a continous dorsal band). They are found in all macmasteri-group species, e.g. see here: Description of the Apistogramma-macmasteri-Group
One of the blue face markings mentioned by Mike is particularly important for sexing, the so called agassizii-lip-spot. It is located on the lower part of the upper lip of males. The fish in both of your photos show such a marking - especially the one in the second photo. Unfortunately, as a...
It's Apistogrammoides pucallpaensis. It can be identified by the caudal spot that together with the lateral band forms a rotated "T" and by the number of anal fin spines 6-9 (instead of usually 3-4 in Apistogramma).