ID this please!

Discussion in 'Fish, Snail, Worm And Pest ID Help' started by Jren, Jul 4, 2016.

  1. JrenValued MemberMember

    omg this fish looks really cool and eye catching hahaha.. could someone ID this fella? image thanks for all the trouble guys!
     




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  2. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    type of cichlid, mbuna mixed cichlids?
     




  3. chromedome52Fishlore VIPMember

    Hybrid Yellow Labs. Usually this color with no black in the fins comes from crossing Labs with Red Zebras. It is a very common hybrid, and some people mistake them for a pure fish.
     




  4. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

  5. JrenValued MemberMember

    are they aggressive??? should they be housed on their own or can they be part of a community tank?
     
  6. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    cichlids are aggressive if you have them with other species of fish, so cichlids only
     
  7. JrenValued MemberMember

    , their colour is really cool.. wanted to add them into my stocking list for a community tank haiz :(
     
  8. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    if you get another tank you can put them in there and put them next your current tank :eek: or just change your stock
     
  9. JrenValued MemberMember

    its my first tank haha! well, do you have any suggestions for any community fish that have bright colours like this beautiful fish?
     
  10. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    Neon tetras are pretty small fish but are brightly colored, there a group fish though so 3+

    how bigs the tank again?
     
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  11. JrenValued MemberMember

    cardinal tetras are in the stocking list already xD the tank is arnd 20 gallons!
     
  12. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

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  13. JrenValued MemberMember

    haha thanks man! im thinking of keeping Gouramis, cardinal tetras and corydoras. do you think discus would be easy to keep?
     
  14. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    discus aren't a beginner fish I would think, there like intermediate
     
  15. chromedome52Fishlore VIPMember

    Discus require considerable expertise to maintain, certainly not for beginners. I've been studying/breeding fish nearly 50 years, and they still gave me headaches when I've tried them.
     
  16. JrenValued MemberMember

    haha.. i guess ill stick with my current stocklist i guess!
     
  17. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    Good idea
     
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