Cichlid

Geophagus Megasema

Geophagus Megasema: Ultimate Care Guide

Geophagus Megasema is a sand-sifting Cichlid species endemic to Brazil and Bolivia’s upper Rio Madeira basin. They’re best kept in soft and slightly acidic water to enhance coloration and health. Besides having bright and impressive coloration given proper conditions, Geophagus Megasema features a large dark spot on either side of its body. This fish wasn’t

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Jewel Cichlid (Hemichromis Bimaculatus)

Jewel Cichlid (Hemichromis Bimaculatus): Ultimate Care Guide

Jewel Cichlids are considered an aggressive species, and therefore are not easy to care for. They are not recommended for beginners to the fishkeeping hobby, and should be carefully looked into before purchase. Jewel Cichlids are a hardy species that are fairly tolerant of changes to their water parameters, but their water parameters should still be monitored carefully.

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geophagus winemilleri

Geophagus Winemilleri (Stripetail Geophagus Cichlid): Care Guide

Geophagus Winemilleri grows to magnificent coloring and is an amazing mid-sized “earth-eater” cichlid for the semi-aggressive, and occasionally even quiet, community aquarium.
Also known as the Stripetail Geophagus Cichlid, Geophagus Winemilleri is a stunning and surprisingly quiet mid-sized cichlid native to Venezuela and possibly adjacent places. It is one of the most unusual and colorful “earth-eating” species.

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