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dwarf cichlids from south america

Discussion in 'Central and South American Cichlids' started by sitra1488, Feb 1, 2012.

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    Nice looking fish! I can't click to enlarge the pics, but N. anomola is in there, right? I love the males...one of the most stunning fish you can keep IMHO.

    I'm a huge dwarf cichlid fan. Over the years, I've kept N. anomola, Bolivian rams, L. curviceps and dorsigera, and also shellies and dwarf africans of various stripes (kribs, African Butterfly cichlids, N. multifasciatus, N. brevis, N. caudopunktatus, J. transcriptus). I think that it. I love dwarf cichlids - and paradise fish which I find have similar behaviors.

    Eric
     
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    I have a soft spot for dwarves, too. I don't have any tanks for them, though. So I'll just admire yours.
     

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