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name tha cichlid part 2
Dont know how that happened any way I will continue or try
This one is the gang leader fins are black and white stripe he chases a few of the others
5-7 #5 dead center there are 2... one much larger then the other kinda of a brown rootbeer color #6 Horizontal stripe also two bigger one more black and brown small one more yellow golden # 7 little one at bottom there are 3 of these all about the same size
below # 8 one of these
I cant seem to get the hang of this photo bussiness hope this works ......so its some kettle of fish Huh? Thanks in advance
Red eyes means albino. Probably a "snow white" socolofi(sp?) The pleco appears to be a standard or common pleco. I commented on the other ones I know in the first post.
in the second picture the one in the lower right is a male auratus (dominate males will get dark brownish to black) and the other one that's more yellow (pic #3 on the left side) is either a female auratus or a sub-dominate male.
agreed on the Melanochromis auratus
Big blue guy is a Cobalt Blue Zebra
Small fish may or may not be a Dragons Blood, which is a man made hybrid.
#8 is a peacock but am not 100% sure which, it is showing some signs of being a hybrid but cannot be sure just yet.
# 8 looks this it may be a hybrinized form of Aulonocara jacobfreibergi Eureka Red Peacock.
Fish in the first picture is a socolofi. Fish in the middle of the second is a cobalt blue zebra. The black one with white stripes is a male auratus. The smaller one looks to be a Melanochromis Exasperatus. The pleco looks to be a common which will outgrow the tank in time(they can get like 2ft.
yikes .....it looks like I am going to have to make alot of changes .....I will be posting asking for alot of help near future .
I reading the thread again and I cannot believe I missed this earlier.
I am 99.9% sure the Orange fish under the Auratus is a Labidochromis textilis, they are quite rare in the trade but do appear occasionally.
Yes !!! I just looked them up Thanks for the info, funny that they might be rare,I believe the previous owner only shopped at Petsmart/ Petco. Havent rehomed any one yet still holding steady.:-D
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