The Venustus African Cichlid (Nimbochromis venustus) Venustus are a large cichlid with the male having a blue face with yellow markings across the head and dorsal fin. The female is less colorful with a silver background behind a dark blotched...
We have an extensive range of South American and African Cichlids. Oscars, Electric Yellows, Frontosa, Tropheus, Peacocks to name a few. Tanganykin and Malawis. Click to see more Cichlids 
Electric Blue
The Electric Blue African Cichlid (Sciaenochromis fryeri) is a gorgeous, colorful focal point in the freshwater aquarium. It has the typical sleek, bullet-shaped body common to the Cichlidae family. The active Electric Blue African Cichlid seems equally content guarding its...
Frontosa (Cyphotilapia frontosa) A fish from the African cichlid family native to Lake Tanganyika in East Africa. C. frontosa is endemic to Lake Tanganyika and is widespread in the northern half of the lake, whereas the closely related Cyphotilapia gibberosa...
Electric Yellows
The Electric Yellow African Cichlid is a naturally occurring variant of Labidochromis caeruleus. This variant is also known as the lemon yellow lab, electric yellow or yellow prince. It is endemic to the central western coastal region of Nkhata Bay...
Hongi Cichlid Labidochromis sp "hongi" is a rock-dwelling African cichlid (mbuna) from near Hongi Island in Lake Malawi. You will often see this cichlid referred to with the common name "red top kimpuma". The coloration of this fish differs depending...
Tropheus Duboisi
Tropheus Duboisi The Tropheus Duboisi Cichlid originates from the rocky coastal waters of Northern Lake Tanganyika, Africa. They are a beautiful species and are completely black as a juvenile with many white spots. As they mature, the spots fade and...
AULONOCARA OR PEACOCK GROUP Peacock Cichlids are a recent introduction to the hobby, which are rapidly becoming very popular. About 10 species have been described although several others likely exist. Peacock Cichlids usually range in size from 4-6" (10-15 cm)....
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