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Apistogramma sp. D39

$4999 CAD
SKU: 400000030173

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Apistogramma sp. D39

Description

Apistogramma sp. D39.

  1. Temperature: Apistogramma species typically thrive in tropical temperatures ranging from 72°F to 82°F (22°C to 28°C). Maintaining a stable temperature within this range is crucial for their well-being.

  2. Minimum Tank Size: The minimum tank size for Apistogramma species is often recommended to be around 20 gallons. However, larger tanks provide more stable water conditions and more space for these fish to establish territories.

Feeding Habits: Apistogrammas are omnivores, and their diet in captivity can include high-quality flake or pellet food, live or frozen brine shrimp, bloodworms, and small live foods. Offering a varied diet is beneficial for their health and coloration.

Habitat Preference: Apistogrammas are often found in slow-moving waters, including tributaries, backwaters, and swampy areas in South America, particularly the Amazon Basin. Providing a tank setup with hiding spots, plants, and driftwood to mimic their natural habitat is recommended.

Water pH Level: Apistogrammas usually prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions with a pH range of 6.0 to 7.5.

Behavior: Apistogrammas can be territorial, especially during breeding. They may exhibit complex behaviors, and providing them with hiding spots and territories in the tank is essential.
Apistogrammas are not schooling fish. While they may be kept in groups, they are territorial, and each fish will establish its own territory.
Apistogrammas are often found near the bottom of the tank, particularly when seeking shelter or exploring their territories. 

Color and Other Details: Apistogramma species are known for their vibrant colors, and the exact coloration can vary between species and even among individuals. Males are typically more colorful than females, especially during breeding conditions.


Specifications

  • Category
    Cichlids
  • Species Type
    Dwarf Cichlid
  • Water Temperature
    72°F to 82°F
  • Minimum Tank Size
    20 Gallons
  • Water pH Level
    Acidic, Neutral
  • Habitat Preference
    Planted Tanks, Rocky Tanks, Hiding Spots, Driftwood
  • Behaviour
    Aggressive, Semi-aggressive

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Apistogramma sp. D39

$4999 CAD

Apistogramma sp. D39.

  1. Temperature: Apistogramma species typically thrive in tropical temperatures ranging from 72°F to 82°F (22°C to 28°C). Maintaining a stable temperature within this range is crucial for their well-being.

  2. Minimum Tank Size: The minimum tank size for Apistogramma species is often recommended to be around 20 gallons. However, larger tanks provide more stable water conditions and more space for these fish to establish territories.

Feeding Habits: Apistogrammas are omnivores, and their diet in captivity can include high-quality flake or pellet food, live or frozen brine shrimp, bloodworms, and small live foods. Offering a varied diet is beneficial for their health and coloration.

Habitat Preference: Apistogrammas are often found in slow-moving waters, including tributaries, backwaters, and swampy areas in South America, particularly the Amazon Basin. Providing a tank setup with hiding spots, plants, and driftwood to mimic their natural habitat is recommended.

Water pH Level: Apistogrammas usually prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions with a pH range of 6.0 to 7.5.

Behavior: Apistogrammas can be territorial, especially during breeding. They may exhibit complex behaviors, and providing them with hiding spots and territories in the tank is essential.
Apistogrammas are not schooling fish. While they may be kept in groups, they are territorial, and each fish will establish its own territory.
Apistogrammas are often found near the bottom of the tank, particularly when seeking shelter or exploring their territories. 

Color and Other Details: Apistogramma species are known for their vibrant colors, and the exact coloration can vary between species and even among individuals. Males are typically more colorful than females, especially during breeding conditions.


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