PS: We don’t believe in cheap price but Quality of fish.As a fish importer, you are baring the freight charges if DOA happens. Eventually, it will cost you more even you got cheaper fish cost. At the end of the days, you are paying money to BUY water but not live fish. Other than the cost issue, it is about additional time and money wasted to quarantine and treat the low quality arrived fish.
The age and size of the fish and the aquarium itself are also important factors regarding the ability of the fish to survive without being fed. Older fish have stored fat in their body mass and can survive for longer periods of time than younger fish. Baby fish cannot survive more than day or two without feeding. A well established aquarium can be left for longer periods of time than a new one.
Greater Chicago Cichlid Association's a group of Chicago area cichlid hobbyists. Monthly meetings the second Sunday of each month at the doubletree in Downersgrove. Greater Chicago Cichlid Association - South American Cichlids Above Aequidens metae Male at the 2012 Cichlid Classic. Photo by Rick Borstein. General. Aequidens metae is a substrate-spawning first typed by Eigenmann in 1922. The.
Red Texas Cichlid; Red Tiger Motaguense; Severum Super Red; Short Body Electric Blue Ram; Vieja; Vieja Coatzacoalcos; Vieja Regani; Vieja Zonatus; Vieja Argentea; Wolf Cichlid (Dovii) Cuban Cichlid; Jaguar Cichlid; Real Parrot Cichlid; Uaru Cichlid; Oscar Fish; Copper Viel Oscar (New Color Varient) Gold Oscar; Lemon Oscar (New color varient) Very Nice; Long Fin Oscar; Ruby Red Oscars; WILD.
Parachromis managuensis is a large species of cichlid native to freshwater habitats in Central America, where found from Honduras to Costa Rica. The scientific name refers to Lake Managua in Nicaragua from where the holotype was obtained. It is a food fish and is also found in the aquarium trade where it is variously known as the jaguar cichlid, managuense cichlid, managua cichlid, guapote.
Reports claim C. myersi lay from 300 to 1,000 eggs per brood. I suppose the big difference in number is because of the size of the breeding pairs. Naturally, younger pairs are smaller in size and will thus lay a smaller number; older pairs are bigger in size and will lay more eggs. Both parents tend to the clutch of eggs but the female spends.
Angel fish (freshwater, South American rivers) - A freshwater favorite, angelfish are technically cichlids, though generally peaceful. Like most fish, they will eat any fish small enough to fit into their mouths, which I didn't know when I first began.
Red Tiger Motaguense for Sale (Parachromis motaguensis) Common Name: Red tiger motaguense. Scientific Name: Parachromis motaguensis. Other names: Motagua cichlid. Family: Cichlidae. Distribution: Central american: honduras, Atlantic slope of Guatemala.El Salvador. Diet: These fish are oppurtunistic piscivores and enjoy soft rayed fish such as live bearers and goldfish.