Cichlids

Cichlids

Cichlids
Includes Angelfish, Kribensis, Oscars, Severums and Rams

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Common name: Kribensis.

Species: Pelvicachromis pulcher.

Habitat: Africa.

Potential size: Male: 10cm. Female: 6.5cm.

Social behaviour: Generally peaceful but will become more territorial and aggressive during spawning.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£3.95

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Common name: Keyhole Cichlid.

Species: Cleithracara maronii.

Habitat: Rio Orinoco Basin and Rivers of Guyana.

Potential size: 12.5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Needs plenty of hiding places.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£4.95

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Common name: Redbreast Acara

Species: Laetacara dorsigera

Habitat: South America.

Potential size: 7.5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£6.95

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Common name: Umbrella Cichlid.

Species: Apistogramma borellii.

Habitat: Native to Southern Brazil, Paraguay and Northern Argentina.

Potential size: 6.4cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish, but can be mildly aggressive when spawning.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£6.95

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Common name: Golden Marble Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Central Amazon, Tributaries to Peru and Eastern Ecuador.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in the aquarium.

Social behaviour: Territorial but generally peaceful suitable for nearly all medium to large-fish community aquariums. May become aggressive when spawning. Angelfish school when young then form pairs. Keep individually or in groups of 4-5+.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£5.95

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Common name: Bolivian Ram.

Species: Mikrogeophagus altispinosus.

Habitat: Bolivia and Brazil.

Potential size: 7.5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Best kept in pairs or small groups.

Food: Flake, Frozen food, live food etc,

 

£5.95

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Common name: Blue Ram.

Species: Mikrogeophagus ramirezi.

Habitat: Captive-bred in Europe.

Potential size: 7.5cm

Social behaviour: Territorial but otherwise very peaceful. Best kept in pairs.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£6.95

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Common name: Triple Red Cockatoo Dwarf Cichlid.

Species: Apistogramma cacatuoides 'Triple Red'.

Habitat: South America. The 'Triple Red' colour morph is captive-bred in Europe.

Potential size: 7.5cm.

Social behaviour: Territorial but generally peaceful. Can be kept in a community aquarium (pH 6 - 7.5).

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£12.95

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Common name: Blood-Red Jewel Cichlid.

Species: Hemichromis lifalili.

Habitat: Endemic to the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Potential size: 10cm.

Social behaviour: Boisterous and aggressive. Keep only with fish of a similar size and nature.

Food: Pellets, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£7.95

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Common name: Red Tiger Oscar.

Species: Astronotus ocellatus.

Habitat: South America.

Potential size: 30cm.

Social behaviour: Large and boisterous. Keep only with fish of a similar size and nature.

Food: Pellets, frozen food etc.

 

£5.95

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Common name: Zebra Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Captive bred in Asia.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in aquariums.

Social behaviour: Keep 1 or 3+. Generally peaceful but can become territorial and aggressive especially when spawning. When adult do not combine with very small fish.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

 

£4.95

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Common name: Koi Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Captive bred in Asia.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in aquariums.

Social behaviour: Keep 1 or 3+. Generally peaceful but can become territorial and aggressive especially when spawning. When adult do not combine with very small fish.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£7.95

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Common name: Ocellated Kribensis "Matadi".

Species: Pelvicachromis subocellatus "Matadi".

Habitat: West Africa; Congo, Matadi.

Potential size: Male - 8cm, Female - 6cm.

Social behaviour: Peaceful but territorial when paired. Can be kept in a community aquarium.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£12.95

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Common name: Gold Diamond Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Captive bred in Asia.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in the aquaria.

Social behaviour: Territorial but generally peaceful suitable for nearly all large fish community aquariums, may become aggressive when spawning. Angelfish school when young then form pairs. Best kept individually or in groups of 3+.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£9.95

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Common name: Kribensis.

Species: Pelvicachromis pulcher.

Habitat: Africa.

Potential size: Male: 10cm. Female: 6.5cm.

Social behaviour: Generally peaceful but will become more territorial and aggressive during spawning.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£12.00 / pair(s)

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Common name: Koi Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Captive bred in Asia.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in aquariums.

Social behaviour: Keep 1 or 3+. Generally peaceful but can become territorial and aggressive especially when spawning. When adult do not combine with very small fish.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£5.95

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Common name: Zebra Lace Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Captive bred in Asia.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in aquariums.

Social behaviour: Keep 1 or 3+. Generally peaceful but can become territorial and aggressive especially when spawning. When adult do not combine with very small fish.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£5.95

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Common name: Apistogramma viejita II.

Species: Apistogramma viejita II.

Habitat: Captive bred strain.

Potential size: 6.4cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish, but will be territorial when spawning.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£12.95

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Common name: Macmaster's Dwarf Cichlid 'Villavicencio'

Species: Apistogramma macmasteri 'Villavicencio'.

Habitat: South America.

Potential size: 7.5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish, but can become territorial when spawning.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£30.00 / pair(s)

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Common name: Panda Dwarf Cichlid.

Species: Apistogramma nijsseni.

Habitat: Amazon River Basin in the Carahuayte River Drainage, a tributary to the Ucayali River.

Potential size: 5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish, but will be territorial when spawning. Keep 1 male to 1+ female(s).

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£12.95

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Common name: Real Altum Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum altum.

Habitat: Brazil.

Potential size: 15cm.

Social behaviour: Peaceful. Keep in an aquarium with soft water pH 6.0 - 7.0.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£79.99

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Common name: Firemouth Cichlid.

Species: Thorichthys meeki.

Habitat: Guatemala; Yucatan.

Potential size: 15cm.

Social behaviour: Territorial. Peaceful to tank mates except during spawning. Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£4.95

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Common name: Port Acara.

Species: Cichlasoma portalegrense.

Habitat: South America: Brazil, Paraguay & Bolivia.

Potential size: 15cm.

Social behaviour: Territorial but generally peaceful, can be combined with other species of a similar size & nature. Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 
£9.95

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Common name: Platinum Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Captive bred in Asia.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in aquariums.

Social behaviour: Keep 1 or 3+. Generally peaceful but can become territorial and aggressive especially when spawning. When adult do not combine with very small fish.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

 

£9.95

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Common name: Black Marble Angelfish.

 Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Central Amazon, Tributaries to Peru and Eastern Ecuador.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in the aquarium.

Social behaviour:Territorial but generally peaceful suitable for nearly all medium to large-fish community aquariums. May become aggressive when spawning. Angelfish school when young then form pairs. Keep individually or in groups of 4-5+.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£5.95

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Common name: "Dehane" Striped Kribensis.

Species: Pelvicachromis taeniatus "Dehane".

Habitat: West Africa; found in small tributaries of the lower Nyong river of south-western Cameroon. 

Potential size: Male: 8.5cm Female: 5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish, but can become territorial when spawning.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£9.95

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Common name: Green Severum.

Species: Heros efasciatus.

Habitat: South America; slow moving rivers, tributaries and floodplain lakes. It’s most abundant in deeper, calm waters with a lot of submerged tree roots & branches..

Potential size: Up to 30cm, usually smaller in aquaria.

Social Behaviour: Except when spawning, it is fairly mild-mannered for a cichlid of this size. This makes it a good choice for a large-fish community aquarium.

Food: Flake, pellets, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£4.95

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Common name: Geophagus altifrons F1.

Species: Geophagus altifrons.

Habitat: South America.

Potential size: 25cm.

Social behaviour: Generally peaceful, keep with fish of a similar size and nature.

Food: Flake, Frozen food, live food etc,

 

£15.95

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Common name: Yellow-Head Umbrella Cichlid.

Species: Apistogramma borellii.

Habitat: Native to Southern Brazil, Paraguay and Northern Argentina.

Potential size: 6.4cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish, but can be mildly aggressive when spawning.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£8.95

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Common name: Gold Ram.

Species: Mikrogeophagus ramirezi.

Habitat: Captive-bred in Europe.

Potential size: 7.5cm

Social behaviour: Territorial but otherwise very peaceful. Best kept in pairs.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£6.95

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