Can someone tell me what type of cichlid this is?

fishlover5333

I just got these two cichlids at a local fish store near me and they were just labeled as “African cichlid assorted” so I have no clue what kind they are and also can’t find anything about them on google. Can anyone tell me what they are?? They looked more yellow in their tank but they’re a lighter color in mine. Thanks
 

Attachments

  • 089E0130-85D4-4E0D-8879-59175B6D52FE.jpeg
    089E0130-85D4-4E0D-8879-59175B6D52FE.jpeg
    145.6 KB · Views: 22
  • 2AC1B466-2DC2-477E-8115-F3C4FE525FFA.jpeg
    2AC1B466-2DC2-477E-8115-F3C4FE525FFA.jpeg
    133.2 KB · Views: 19
  • 34E53680-E544-42A8-9AF8-4AB83D134049.jpeg
    34E53680-E544-42A8-9AF8-4AB83D134049.jpeg
    144 KB · Views: 23
  • F125216F-3932-45EF-8323-8138DC3D239C.jpeg
    F125216F-3932-45EF-8323-8138DC3D239C.jpeg
    157.1 KB · Views: 19

jkkgron2

A201 keeps African cichlids and might know what they are
 
Upvote 0

awilkinson871

If the stripes are darker when comfortable it looks like pseudotropheus crabro- known as Bumblebee cichlid, but that is just a guess. I am not real experienced with African cichlids.
 
Upvote 0

A201

Assorted African Cichlids usually means, unwanted juvenile hybrids in my area. Lol.
Just a guess, #1 looks like a juvenile Canary OB Peacock. #2 might be a variant of the Yellow Lab, sold in my area under the name, Electric Yellow
Mbuna".
 
Upvote 0

qldmick

def not carbro, first fish looks like a ob peacock x hap or something, and second looks like an electric yellow x something.
 
Upvote 0

chromedome52

They look like mixed hybrids of multiple Mbuna varieties/species. I would not try to label them with any existing names.
 
Upvote 0

Similar Aquarium Threads

Replies
4
Views
180
MacZ
Replies
2
Views
172
MacZ
Replies
5
Views
255
americanninja
Replies
2
Views
115
AverageAquarist22
Replies
4
Views
683
Cichlid007

Latest Aquarium Threads

Top Bottom