Central/South American Cichlids

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    • Amphilophus labiatus
    • Red Devil
    • Central American
    • 10-12"
    • 8-10
    • 12"-by itself
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    • Amphilophus citrinellus
    • Midas Cichlid
    • Central American
    • 10-12"
    • 8-10
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    • Amphilophus trimaculatus
    • Trimac
    • Central American
    • 10-12"
    • 8-10
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    • Amphilophus lyonsi
    • Lyonsi
    • Central American
    • 10-12"
    • 8-10
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    • Veija synspillus
    • Synspilum
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 6-8 (larger than 8-10)
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    • Veija regani
    • Regani
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 6-8 (larger than 8-10)
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    • Veija argentea
    • Argentea
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 6-8 (larger than 8-10; sometimes with oscars, severums & geos)
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    • Veija maculicauda
    • Black Belt
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 6-8
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    • Paratheraps bifasciatus
    • Bifas
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 8-10
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    • Paratheraps fenestratus
    • Fenestratus
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 8-10
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    • Paratheraps zonatus
    • Zonatus
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 8-10
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    • Paratheraps guttalatum
    • Guttalatum
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 8-10
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    • Paratheraps hartwegi
    • Hartwegi
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 6-7
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    • Nandopsis tetracanthus
    • Cuban Cichlid
    • Central American (Caribbean)
    • 12-18"
    • 8-10
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    • Nandopsis grammodes
    • Grammodes
    • Central American
    • 12-18"
    • 8-10
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    • Nandopsis beani
    • Beani
    • Central American
    • 12-18"
    • 8-10
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    • Nandopsis haitiensis
    • Hatien Cichlid
    • Central American (Caribbean)
    • 12-18"
    • 8-10
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    • Parachromis managuensis
    • Jaguar Cichlid
    • Central American
    • 12-14"
    • 8-10
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    • Parachromis dovii
    • Wolf Cichlid
    • Central American
    • 14-24"
    • 8-10
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    • Parachromis loisellei
    • Yellow Jacket Cichlid
    • Central American
    • max 7"
    • 8-10
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    • Hericthys carpintus
    • Carpintus
    • Central American
    • 14-18"
    • 6-8
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    • Herichthys cyanoguttatus
    • Texas Cichlid
    • Central American (N. America)
    • 14-18"
    • 6-8
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    • Herichthys pearsi
    • Pearsi
    • Central American
    • 14-18"
    • 6-8
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    • Herichthys boccourti
    • Gentle giant
    • Central American
    • 14-18"
    • 6-8
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    • Herichthys labridens
    • Yellow Lab
    • Central American
    • 14-18"
    • 4-6
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    • Paraneetroplus nebuliferus
    • Green Flash
    • Central American
    • 8-12"
    • 4-6
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    • Paraneetroplus gibbiceps
    • Flash Cichlids
    • Central American
    • 8"
    • 4-6
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    • Uaru
    • South American
    • Semi aggressive
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    Symphysodon
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    • Apistogramma cacatuoides
    • South American
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    • Apistogramma agassizii
    • South American
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    • Mikrogeophagus ramirezi
    • South American
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    • Mikrogeophagus altispinosa
    • South American
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    • Satanoperca jurupari
    • South American
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    • Acarichthys heckeli
    • South American
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    • Gymnogeophagus balzani
    • South American
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    • Gymnogeophagus australis
    • South American
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    • Geophagus brasiliensis
    • South American
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    • Geophagus altifrons
    • South American
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    • Geophagus "tapajos"
    • South American
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    • Geophagus surinamensis
    • South American
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    • Aequidens metae
    • True Acara
    • South American
    • Semi aggressive
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    • Aequiden pulcher
    • True Acara
    • South American
    • Semi aggressive
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    • Laetacara curviceps
    • Smiling Acara
    • South American
    • Semi aggressive
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    • Bujurquina vittata
    • Misc. Acara
    • South American
    • Semi aggressive
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    • Cleithracara maronii
    • Keyhole Cichlid
    • Misc. Acara
    • South American
    • Semi aggressive
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    • Nannacara anemala
    • Golden-eye Dwarf
    • Misc. Acara
    • South American
    • Semi aggressive
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    • Guianocara geayi
    • Bandit Cichlid
    • Misc. Acara
    • South American
    • Semi agressive
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    • Mesonauta festivus
    • Festivum
    • South American
    • Geos, Angels, Acaras
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    • Adinocara rivulatus
    • Green Terror (Acara)
    • South American
    • 14"
    • smaller than oscars, severums & pikes; larger than centrals
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    • Heros severus
    • South American
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    • Heros rotkeil
    • South American
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    • Cichla temensis¬†
    • Peacock Bass
    • South American
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    • Cichla lukanani
    • South American
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    • Astronotus ocellatus
    • Oscar
    • South American
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    • Hypselecara temporalis
    • Chocolate Cichlid
    • South American
    • Tankbuster (like oscar)
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    • Excichlasoma festae
    • Central¬†American
    • 10-14"
    • 8-10
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    • Crenicichla reganni
    • dwarf pike cichlid
    • South American
    • larger than rowdy cichlids; smaller than communal
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    • Crenicichla saxatilis
    • pike cichlid
    • South American
    • larger than rowdy cichlids; smaller than community
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    • Crenicichla "Xingu-orange pike"
    • South American
    • larger than rowdy cichlids' smaller than communal
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    • Crencichla sedentaria
    • pike cichlid
    • South American
    • larger than rowdy cichlids; smaller than communal
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    • Hypsophrys nicaraguensis
    • Central American
    • 10-14"
    • 8-10
    • Nasty!
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    • Rocio ottofasciata
    • Jack Dempsey
    • 8"
    • w/ larger cichlids
    • 8-6
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    • Amatitlania nigrofasciata
    • Convict
    • 4"
    • 8-6
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    • Paraneetroplus bulleri
    • Central American
    • 8"
    • 4-6
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    • Thoricthys meeki
    • Firemouth
    • Central American
    • 4-6
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    • Thoricthys ellioti
    • Elliot's Cichlid
    • Central American
    • 6" (larger than other central; w/ barbs, dollars, sharks)
    • 4-6
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    • Electric Blue Acara
    • (Aequidens pulcher)
    • similar to rams
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    • Electric Blue Jack Dempsey
    • (Roccio ottofasciata)
    • like buffalo heads, pelvicachromis & geos
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    • Parrots
    • Red Devil (Amphilophus labiatus) x Severum (Heros severus)
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Card Set
Central/South American Cichlids
Description
couth/central american cichlids
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