African Cichlid

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    • Lemon Jake Peacock 3 to 3.5 inch Male


      Quick Facts: Common name: Lemon Jake Peacock, Mamelela Scientific name: Aulonocara Mamelela Average Adult Fish Size: 14cm / 5 Inches Place of Origin: Lake Malawi Typical Tank setup: Rocky tank with plenty of open swimming space Temperature: 23-28 Deg C / 73-82 Deg F Feeding: Carnivorous ? prefers live foods such as blood worms, snails or brine shrimp, but will…

    • Blue Dolphin Moorii Cichlid


      The Blue Dolphin Moorii is a very exotic cichlid. It is found in Lake Malawi in Africa. It has beautiful blue coloring, along with dark spots on its body. Both male an females develop a hump on the head. This is a peaceful cichlid, which makes it a great selection for a large community aquarium. Consider pairing it with other…

    • Venustus Cichlid 3 to 3.5 inch


      Quick Facts: Max Length: 10″Aquarium Size: 50 gallon Water Temperature: 75-82?F (24-28?C)Water pH:7.6-8.8Water Hardness: 10-25?H Diet: It is an exclusive piscivore in nature but there is no need to feed live fish in aquaria as it accepts dead foods readily. Feed a meaty diet of prawns, lancefish, whitebait etc. Do not feed animal meat of any kind.

    • Nimbochromis Livingstonii 3 to 3.5 inch


      Care level :?Easy Diet: Piscivore Temperament :?Semi-Aggressive Max Size: 10″ Scientific Name: Nimbochromis livingstonii Family : Cichlidae

    • Placidochromis Milomo ( Super VC – 10)3 to 3.5in


      Care level :?Easy Diet: Piscivore Temperament :?Peaceful Max Size: 11″ Scientific Name: Placidochromis milomo Family : Cichlidae

    • Tropheus Duboisi Cichlid. 2 inch


      The Tropheus Duboisi Cichlid comes out of lake Tanganyika in Africa. This is a beautiful fish of dark color, peppered with white or blue dots. This fish does great with other fish of the same region in medium/large community aquariums. They can be aggressive. It is moderately easy to take care of a  Tropheus Duboisi Cichlid. They can reach up…

    • 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…

    • Blue Zebra Cichlid (Metriaclima Callainos)


      The Blue Zebra Cichlid will thrive in a rocky community aquarium with sandy bottoms. The Cobalt Blue will do best in a Cichlid community aquarium with numerous rocks and caves, as well as a sandy bottom and plenty of places to set up territories. Like other mbuna species, this is an aggressive and territorial animal that should not be housed…

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