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  1. Cichlids
    The Kribensis (Pelvicachromis pulcher) is probably the easiest cichlid to maintain and breed. In fact, due to their small size ( 3-4 inches / 7.6 - 10 cm ), hardy, adaptable nature, and ease of breeding, this fish is probably the ideal cichlid for anyone that is taking their first steps into...
  2. Fish Breeding
    Hello, I have a pair of kribs who have spawned for the first time! I assumed they had laid eggs as they had become super protective of one piece of drift wood. I looked today and BABIES! I am so excited but the problem is i don't have any food prepared for them.. I have been feeding the...
  3. Cichlids
    Ok so I am trying to plan out fish for my 36 gallon tank and was hoping to put a pair of Kribs in there. What would be some good dither fish to add? I like cardinal tetras and danios, but will the cardinal tetras be too small for when the kribs get aggressive while spawning? I wasn't sure on...
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