Bolivia

Photo pf male and female pair of Apistogramma rubrolineata

Apistogramma rubrolineata

Apistogramma rubrolineata (A18, A19) is a rarely imported species with a limited range in Bolivia and Peru. Adult males show rows of contrasting red and iridescent blue stripes that run from behind the gills to the caudal peduncle. Their striped body is very unusual and I find them to be very attractive. They are relatively

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Mikrogeophagus altispinosus often called Bolivian Ram cichlid male female pair

Bolivian Ram – Mikrogeophagus altispinosus – Care & Breeding

Bolivian rams, Mikrogeophagus altispinosus are moderate-sized and peaceful dwarf cichlids that are closely related to the blue ram cichlid Mikrogeophagus ramerizi. They make excellent community residents where they patrol the bottom searching for bits of food. They tolerate a wide range of water conditions and can be kept in groups or as pairs. Bolivian rams

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