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.

 

£6.95

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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: Dutch 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.

 

£9.95

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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.

 

£9.95

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Common name: African Butterfly Cichlid.

Species: Anomalachromis thomasi.

Habitat: Africa.

Potential size: 7.5cm.

Social Behaviour: A peaceful community fish.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£7.95

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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: 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: 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.

£6.95

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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.

£9.95

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Common name: Agassizi's "Fire Red" Dwarf Cichlid.

Species: Apistogramma agassizii "Red Fire".

Habitat: South America: widespread in the Amazon region. The "Fire Red" is a captive bred colour morph.

Potential size: 7.5cm.

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

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£40.00 / pair(s)

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Common name: Red Nigerian Kribensis.

Species: Pelvicachromis taeniatus 'Nigeria Red'.

Habitat: Nigeria.

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.

£12.95

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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: Agassizi's Dwarf Cichlid.

Species: Apistogramma agassizii.

Habitat: South America: widespread in the Amazon region.

Potential size: 7.5cm.

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: Red Shoulder Severum.

Species: Heros sp. 'Rotkeil'.

Habitat: South America; Amazon basin near Iquitos, Peru.

Potential size: 6" / 15cm.

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.

 

£11.95

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Common name: Elliot's Cichlid.

Species: Thorichthys ellioti.

Habitat: Central America; Mexico.

Potential size: 15cm.

Social behaviour: Peaceful species suitable for most medium to large fish community aquariums. Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£6.95

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Common name: Leopard Angelfish.

Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Captive bred.

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: Golden Dwarf Cichlid

Species: Nannacara anomala

Habitat: South America; Rio Aruka in Guyana to the lower Rio Marowijne in Suriname. Often found inhabiting areas of flooded grassland in low-lying coastal areas.

Potential size: Males: 3″, Females: 1.5″

Social behaviour: Very peaceful dwarf Cichlid. Can be kept in a community aquarium with most other peaceful fish. May become mildly aggressive during spawning.

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

 

£6.95

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Common name: Cryptoheros nanoluteus.

Species: Cryptoheros nanoluteus.

Habitat: Endemic to the Guarúmo river basin in northwestern Panama. pH 5.4-8.0. Temperature 22-31°C/71.6-87.8°F.

Potential size: 10cm.

Social behaviour: Generally peaceful but territorial when breeding. Suitable for most medium-to-large fish community aquariums. Food: Flake, frozen, live etc.

£9.95

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Common name: "Rio Claro" Convict.

Species: Archocentrus siquia "Rio Claro".

Habitat: Rio Claro, Honduras.

Potential size: 15cm.

Social behaviour: Boisterous and highly territorial, especially when breeding. Suitable for the medium-to-large fish community aquarium containing fish of a similar size and nature. Food: Flake, frozen, live etc.

£6.95

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Common name: Electric Blue Acara.

Species: Andinoacara sp.

Habitat: Captive-bred colour morph.

Potential size: 12.5cm.

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

 
£12.95

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Common name: Black 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.

 

£9.95

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Common name: Striped Kribensis.

Species: Pelvicachromis taeniatus.

Habitat: West Africa.

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.

£5.95

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Common name: Macmaster's Dwarf Cichlid 'Super Red'

Species: Apistogramma macmasteri 'Super Red'.

Habitat: South America. The Super Red colour morph is captive bred.

Potential size: 7.5cm.

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

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£14.95

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Common name: Macmaster's Dwarf Cichlid

Species: Apistogramma macmasteri

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.

£9.95

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Common name: Blue Marble Angelfish.

 Species: Pterophyllum scalare.

Habitat: Captive-bred.

Potential size: 15cm but usually smaller in aquariums.

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

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£14.95

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Common name: Orange Head Geophagus.

Species: Geophagus sp. Tapajós.

Habitat: South America; Rio Tapajós, eastern Brazil.

Potential size: 20-25cm.

Social behaviour: Unless breeding this species is surprisingly peaceful and will not predate on fishes larger than a few millimetres in length.

Food: Flake, Frozen food, live food etc,

 

£14.95

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