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Kribensis Cichlid | Pelvicachromis pulcher - Males to 4" / females 3"; temperature 75-81F; enjoy plants and slow moving waters; one of the few cichlids suitable for the community tank, relatively peaceful; best kept as a breeding pair, very easy to breed, parents actively care for and protect their fry; Tank mates: tetras, barbs, rasboras, danios, gouramis, cory cats, mollies, platies, swordtails, plecos, rainbow fish

Kribensis Cichlid | Pelvicachromis pulcher - Males to 4" / females 3"; temperature 75-81F; enjoy plants and slow moving waters; one of the few cichlids suitable for the community tank, relatively peaceful; best kept as a breeding pair, very easy to breed, parents actively care for and protect their fry; Tank mates: tetras, barbs, rasboras, danios, gouramis, cory cats, mollies, platies, swordtails, plecos, rainbow fish

Weather loaches are listed on the endangered species list over at the IUCN Red List website as least concern due to ecosystem loss and degradation in China and Japan. Misgurnus anguillicaudatus was first described by Cantor in 1842. This species of loach goes by a few nicknames which include the Dojo loach, Weather loach, Oriental Weather Fish, and Pond Loach.

Weather loaches are listed on the endangered species list over at the IUCN Red List website as least concern due to ecosystem loss and degradation in China and Japan. Misgurnus anguillicaudatus was first described by Cantor in 1842. This species of loach goes by a few nicknames which include the Dojo loach, Weather loach, Oriental Weather Fish, and Pond Loach.

Iriatherina Werneri (Threadfin Rainbow) - under 2", first discovered in New Guinea, prefers slow moving waters

Iriatherina Werneri (Threadfin Rainbow) - under 2", first discovered in New Guinea, prefers slow moving waters

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