African Cichlid

African Cichlid
    • Smiling Dwarf Acara


      with a few particular geological races, which have been mixed in hostage stocks. These cichlids can change the tone rapidly. A few people show an impressive tone, particularly blue in the body and red in the balances. Rearing fish take on especially extreme shading. A dull spot in the dorsal balance is frequently present. Our Smiling Dwarf Acara size 1…

    • P. Euchilus


      It is from 3 to 3.5 inch size, very colorful, beautiful fish

    • Pundamilia Nyererei Victorian Cichlid


      Pundamilia nyererei Victorian Cichlids an exceptionally mainstream African Cichlid species that is local to Lake Victoria and a few encompassing regions. It has various wild populaces that are commonly detached from each other, and a significant number of these populaces show shading varieties that are one of a kind to every single populace. A significant number of these common variations…

    • Male Yellow Sided peacock Cichlids


      Males will have the most color, while most females with will lack the color of the males. To have the most coloration you want to order a dominant male. They do better with group. We recommend to have at least 3 of them in a tank.

    • chilotilapia rhoadesii malawi bream


      Chilotilapia rhoadesii  should be kept in an aquarium with large caves and other hiding places among large rocks. They prefer a coarse bottom substrate. This species is best kept in groups. Our chilotilapia rhoadesii malawi breams are 3 inch size.

    • Blue Peacock


      The Blue Peacock Cichlid, Aulonocara nyassae, originates from the rough, sandy shores of Lake Malawi, Africa. The guys are a splendid yellow to metallic blue, though, the females take on a dreary darker to dim shading. The Blue Peacock Cichlid does well in an aquarium that is at any rate 55 gallons with a lot of rocks for domains and…

    • Sulfurhead Peacock


      The sulfurhead (Aulonocara maylandi) or sulfurhead peacock is a types of haplochromine cichlid which is endemic to Lake Malawi, it is endemic to Malawi and has just been seen on West Reef (Luwala Reef) and Eccles Reef (Chimwalani Reef). It is compromised by gathering for the aquarium exchange and this has caused a 70% decrease in numbers.¬† This mouthbrooding species,…

    • Zebra Obliquidens 3 inch plus


      The Zebra Obliquidens Cichlid, Haplochromis latifasciata, starts from Lake Kyoga and Lake Newampasa in Uganda, Africa. There is a considerable amount of perplexity with respect to the distinguishing proof of this fish and the Zebra Obliquidens Cichlid is regularly grouped and alluded to reciprocally as (Astatotilapia latifasciata). The male Zebra Obliquidens Cichlid ordinarily shows five, enormous level dark banishes that…

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