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i have two cichlids that i'm not sure what they are. anyone have any ideas? Or maybe i need to let them get bigger to identify them.
Looks like one of the peacocks, maybe a female. They need to mature a little before accurate sexing can be done.
I don't know exactly what they are even if I would definitely agree on a peacock.
The only thing that seems obvious to me is the fact that the one at the top is a female and the one at the bottom with the blue fin is the male.
hope it helps
I look a bit around on internet
Your fish is probably an african cichlid because of the dark stripes along the body but it is not a Aulonocara baenschi (yellow peacock) because when juvenile, they already have a kind of blue head and a yellow top fin which is not the case for you (it is more the opposite in fact :)).
to me it looks like a red peacock but blue.
look at the picture here
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