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  1. Rift Lake Stripeback Hap species profile

    Males are more colorful, and larger than females.
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    Rift Lake Daffodil Cichlid species profile

  3. Anostomus ternetzi species profile

    By Fernando Dagosta - Flickr: Anostomus ternetzi, CC BY 2.0,

    Can be kept in groups of 6+ in large tanks, but otherwise should be kept as the only one of their species in a community.
  4. Snow White Cichlid species profile

    Snow White Cichlids are the cousins of Blue Pindani Cichlid. But due to selective breeding, they lacks the blue pigmentation and ends up with the Albino Colour.
  5. Striped headstander species profile

    By Brian Gratwicke - Flickr: Anostomus anostomus, striped headstander, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=16884060

    Can be kept in groups of 6+ in large tanks, but otherwise should be kept as the only one of their species in a community.

    Females are larger and rounder-bellied than males.
  6. Rift Lake Red Fin Kadango species profile

  7. Rift Lake Dogtooth Cichlid species profile

  8. Marbled headstander species profile

  9. Banded leporinus species profile

    By Bernard DUPONT from FRANCE - Banded Leporinus (Leporinus fasciatus), CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=40744364

    Can be kept in groups of 6 or more, or by itself. Nothing in between, or there may be aggression.

    Females are larger and rounder-bellied than males.
  10. Whitespot Eartheater Cichlid species profile

    By Dr. David Midgley [CC BY-SA 2.5 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons

    Satanoperca leucosticta have immense small white spots on their face and their body. Thus, the common name derived from the white spots.
  11. Jurupari Cichlid species profile

  12. Striped headstander species profile

  13. South American Red Terror species profile

  14. South American Rio Negro Chocolate Cichlid species profile

    They can live for 5-8 years with proper care. Males grow larger than females, and males may develop nuchal humps.
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