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  1.  Pseudotropheus Demasoni 5cm
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  4. Albino Princess Cichlid (Neolamprologus Brichardi) 3-4cm

    Princess Cichlid - Neolamprologus brichardi is a species of cichlid fish, endemic to the alkaline waters of Lake Tanganyika in east Africa. It is a popular aquarium fish kept in the fishkeeping hobby, where it is known under a variety of common names including Princess cichlid, Princess of Burundi, Lyretail cichlid, Fairy cichlid and Brichard's Lamprologus. In addition, the species is also the subject of numerous studies on fish behaviour. Princess Cichlid is notable in a number of ways. This fish is a substrate spawner (lays eggs on substrate), utilizing the rocky rubble to do so. It is one of the few substrate-spawning cichlid that also schools. It is not unheard of to find a school numbering near 100,000 individuals within a 50 meter square area. It is one of the few fish in Africa that utilizes a collective nursery. This means that adults, sub-adults, and even half-grown fry all participate in a multi-generational rearing of the fry. Princess Cichlid individuals not only care for their own fry but also the fry of those around them, all while keeping vigil over other adults still actively spawning. Learn More
  5. Assorted Peacock 5cm aulonocara

    The Peacock Cichlid or Aulonocara is endemic to Lake Malawi in East Africa. They are best kept with other non aggressive Cichlid from Lake Malawi and look spectacular in groups Learn More
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    The Peacock Cichlid or Aulonocara is endemic to Lake Malawi in East Africa. They are best kept with other non aggressive Cichlid from Lake Malawi and look spectacular in groups Learn More
  7. Blue Peacock 5cm aulonocara

    Peacock Cichlid Known as Aulonocara is a genus of haplochromine cichlids endemic to Lake Malawi in East Africa. All Aulonocara species are all maternal mouth brooders. Particularly in the aquarium hobby, Aulonocara species are also known as peacock cichlids, aulonocaras or simply "peacocks". This genus is strongly sexually dichromic, even by haplochromine standards. As aquarium fish, they are best kept with other medium sized non-aggressive cichlids from Lake Malawi. Decorate the aquarium with a lot of open space for the Aulonocaras to swim in and a lot of caves where fish can hide, rest or establish territories. Only keep one male unless your aquarium is large enough to support several territories. Learn More
  8. Blue Peacock 7cm aulonocara

    Peacock Cichlid Known as Aulonocara is a genus of haplochromine cichlids endemic to Lake Malawi in East Africa. All Aulonocara species are all maternal mouth brooders. Particularly in the aquarium hobby, Aulonocara species are also known as peacock cichlids, aulonocaras or simply "peacocks". This genus is strongly sexually dichromic, even by haplochromine standards. As aquarium fish, they are best kept with other medium sized non-aggressive cichlids from Lake Malawi. Decorate the aquarium with a lot of open space for the Aulonocaras to swim in and a lot of caves where fish can hide, rest or establish territories. Only keep one male unless your aquarium is large enough to support several territories. Learn More
  9. Cobalt Blue Zebra (M.Callainos) 4-5cm (Metriaclima callainos)

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