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Apistogramma sp. D24

$3499 CAD
SKU: 400000028422

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Apistogramma sp. D24

Description

Apistogramma are a diverse group of small freshwater fish belonging to the family Cichlidae, originating from South America. They are known for their vibrant colors, distinct body shapes, and interesting behaviors. Here are some general characteristics that might also apply to Apistogramma sp. D24:

  1. Temperature: Apistogramma species typically prefer temperatures in the range of 72-82°F (22-28°C). However, specific temperature requirements might vary among species.

  2. Minimum Tank Size: The minimum tank size for Apistogramma species is usually recommended to be around 20-30 gallons. However, larger tanks provide better territory and minimize aggression between fish.

Feeding Habits: Apistogramma species are omnivorous, consuming a variety of foods. They generally feed on small invertebrates, worms, insect larvae, and also accept high-quality flake and pellet foods in captivity.

Habitat Preference: Apistogramma species are often found in slow-moving, shallow waters, including streams, tributaries, and flooded areas of the rainforest. They prefer densely planted tanks with hiding spots such as caves, driftwood, or rock formations.

Water pH Level: Apistogramma species usually thrive in slightly acidic to neutral water conditions, with a pH range of 6.0 to 7.5. However, specific species might have different preferences.

Behavior: They are known to be relatively peaceful but can become territorial, especially during breeding periods. Males are usually more brightly colored and can be more aggressive, especially when protecting their territory or during mating.

Apistogramma species are not schooling fish. They are generally found in pairs or small groups but can also be kept singly or in larger groups with appropriate tank space and hiding spots to minimize aggression.

For more accurate and detailed information on Apistogramma sp. D24, it would be best to refer to updated scientific literature, expert opinions, or aquarium communities and forums where hobbyists may have shared their experiences and observations after the cutoff date of my last update in January 2022. Additionally, specialized sources such as scientific papers or publications might have more specific information about this particular species if it has been further researched and documented.


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
    Driftwood, Hiding Spots, Planted Tanks, Rocky Tanks
  • Behaviour
    Semi-aggressive, Community Fish

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Apistogramma sp. D24

$3499 CAD

Apistogramma are a diverse group of small freshwater fish belonging to the family Cichlidae, originating from South America. They are known for their vibrant colors, distinct body shapes, and interesting behaviors. Here are some general characteristics that might also apply to Apistogramma sp. D24:

  1. Temperature: Apistogramma species typically prefer temperatures in the range of 72-82°F (22-28°C). However, specific temperature requirements might vary among species.

  2. Minimum Tank Size: The minimum tank size for Apistogramma species is usually recommended to be around 20-30 gallons. However, larger tanks provide better territory and minimize aggression between fish.

Feeding Habits: Apistogramma species are omnivorous, consuming a variety of foods. They generally feed on small invertebrates, worms, insect larvae, and also accept high-quality flake and pellet foods in captivity.

Habitat Preference: Apistogramma species are often found in slow-moving, shallow waters, including streams, tributaries, and flooded areas of the rainforest. They prefer densely planted tanks with hiding spots such as caves, driftwood, or rock formations.

Water pH Level: Apistogramma species usually thrive in slightly acidic to neutral water conditions, with a pH range of 6.0 to 7.5. However, specific species might have different preferences.

Behavior: They are known to be relatively peaceful but can become territorial, especially during breeding periods. Males are usually more brightly colored and can be more aggressive, especially when protecting their territory or during mating.

Apistogramma species are not schooling fish. They are generally found in pairs or small groups but can also be kept singly or in larger groups with appropriate tank space and hiding spots to minimize aggression.

For more accurate and detailed information on Apistogramma sp. D24, it would be best to refer to updated scientific literature, expert opinions, or aquarium communities and forums where hobbyists may have shared their experiences and observations after the cutoff date of my last update in January 2022. Additionally, specialized sources such as scientific papers or publications might have more specific information about this particular species if it has been further researched and documented.


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