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Rainbow Fish
Chilatherina bleheri
Bleher's rainbowfish
Chilatherina bleheri
Glossolepis incisus
Salmon-red rainbowfish
Glossolepis incisus
Iriatherina werneri
Threadfin rainbowfish
Iriatherina werneri
Melanotaenia boesemani
Boesemans rainbow fish
Melanotaenia boesemani
Melanotaenia fluviatilisMelanotaenia fluviatilis
Melanotaenia papuae
Papuan Rainbowfish
Melanotaenia papuae
Melanotaenia praecox
Dwarf neon rainbowfish
Melanotaenia praecox
Melanotaenia trifasciata
Jewel rainbowfish
Melanotaenia trifasciata
Oryzias latipes
Rice fish
Oryzias latipes
Pseudomugil furcatus
Forktail rainbow
Pseudomugil furcatus
Pseudomugil gertrudae
Spotted Blue-eye
Pseudomugil gertrudae
Telmatherina ladigesi
Celebes rainbowfish
Telmatherina ladigesi







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Fishkeeping Facts and Tips

Cichlids? There are estimated to be over 2000 different Cichlid species in the wild, of all sizes, shapes and colours. Many require very specialist conditions such as those coming from the sandy/rocky waters of Lake Malawi and Lake Tanganyika. Others, such as the Apistogramma dwarf cichlids from the Amazon basin require softer water and a well-planted tank. In general cichlids do not make good community fish as they can get quite aggressive, especially when spawning - but a specialist cichlid tank is certainly a sight to behold, and can be very rewarding for the more experienced aquarist


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