A.Agazissii

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    Pics of the two pairs for breeding.
    Male and Female

    Male
     
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    Pair 2

    Second Pair
    Male And Female

    Male

    Male And Female
     
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    Great looking pairs....... Are they both in the same tank or are you keeping them seperate?
     
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    They're awesome Jacques! What is the common name?
     
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    They are Dwarf Cichlids from the Amazon Basin.
    Commonly known As Apistogramma agassizi.
    Apistogramma agassizii is one of the all time classic dwarf cichlids and if you ever have a chance, get some.
    You will find them to be great aquarium fish in a species tank or in the community aquarium.
     
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    SAMollyBreeder Poecilia Latipinna

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    Oh cool. What's the smallest size tank they can live in? Do you know where I can get some, or when they breed can I buy some from you? Are they demanding?

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    They are not demanding at all.
    I would recommend a 50 liter tank for a male and female.
    Prof Dirk should have some as his are breeding.
     
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    It is a 100 Liter with a permanent glass divider.
    The two pairs cannot see each other.
     

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