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Re: Oceanic BioCube 29 Converted for Brichardi Cichlid

Postby Buds BioCube » Tue May 04, 2021 8:46 pm

Sounds like a good set up for angels.


Naw...It will still be a Clichéd Tank.
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Re: Oceanic BioCube 29 Converted for Brichardi Cichlid

Postby Auballagh » Wed May 05, 2021 6:33 am

While the Angelfish Cichlid, Pterophyllum scalare, might be considered a Cliche' by some..... :roll:
That fish species is definitely considered to be a New World Cichlid by just about everyone else.
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Oh, and if cliché's aren't your thing... I believe a trio of Red Shouldered Severum Cichlids, Heros sp. efasciatus 'Rotkeil' could look pretty nice stocked in a taller shaped, corner tank instead. 8)
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Re: Oceanic BioCube 29 Converted for Brichardi Cichlid

Postby Auballagh » Wed May 05, 2021 9:09 pm

Well, there we go....

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Re: Oceanic BioCube 29 Converted for Brichardi Cichlid

Postby Buds BioCube » Fri May 07, 2021 12:10 am

Thanks for the responses Auballagh and suggestions.

I checked out the Red Shouldered Severum Cichlids
From the attached video they do like large tanks, will eat Live Plants and get up to 10" so they can become large fish.
I do like Anubias but I also do like the look of the fish..
I will check them out at my LFS and I may add a couple to the tank.
I like the Gold as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnUJKMhr_nU
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