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  1. Marbled headstander species profile

  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Jurupari Cichlid species profile

  5. Striped headstander species profile

  6. South American Red Terror species profile

  7. 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.
  8. South American Turquoise Cichlid species profile

    They can live for 5-12 years with proper care.
  9. Rift Lake Large-Eyed Mouthbrooder species profile

  10. Glass Catfish species profile

  11. Spotted headstander species profile

  12. Fahaka Puffer species profile

    By Earedien (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

    Fahaka Puffer's teeth grows very fast. It should be trimmed twice a month or else it will lead to overgrowth and starvation.
  13. Neon Green Rasbora Species Profile

    Unlike many nano species, kubotai are not shy, and are very attractive due to their coloration.
    Under the right lighting, they will sometimes exhibit a blue tinge on the upper half of their bodies.
    Mature females tend to be noticeably larger and deeper-bodied than the slimmer more compact males.
    It is a schooling fish by nature, so at least 6 or more individuals must be kept together.
  14. Avocado Puffer species profile

    Image Credit: Neale Monks

    If kept properly, then they can live for 10 years with their owners.
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