What Fish Is This?

Discussion in 'Fish, Snail, Worm And Pest ID Help' started by OneLittleBubble, May 19, 2018.

  1. OneLittleBubble

    OneLittleBubbleWell Known MemberMember

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    They said the dark one was a Tina pulma or something
     
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  2. Ms rose

    Ms roseWell Known MemberMember

    a very cool one....lol
    i have no idea, but its an awesome looking fish

    edit to add: maybe a dumb and obvious question as i see the substraite, but is this freshwater fish? i love the look of this fish. the yellow n black one
     
  3. Rtessy

    RtessyFishlore VIPMember

    It looks like some kind of cichlid, sorry that's all I can offer... Any chance of a better lit side pic?
     
  4. Cheesearmada

    CheesearmadaValued MemberMember

    From the third picture, for me it looks like a Leopard Bush Fish which so happens to be a type of Cichlid :)
     
  5. fjh

    fjhWell Known MemberMember

    Looks like a Melanochromis Auratus to me. Its a type of african cichlid. Any way you could get a picture from the side with more light?
     
  6. Fishoholic23

    Fishoholic23Well Known MemberMember

    That third one was from Taylor Nicole Deans video wasn't it? If I remember it's a Leopard bush fish or African bush fish.
     
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    OneLittleBubble

    OneLittleBubbleWell Known MemberMember

    Yeah I really wanted to know what it was because it looked cool. They are freshwater
     
  8. CoptapiaWell Known MemberMember

    The Leopard Bushfish is not a cichlid. It's an anabantid, related to the gouramies.
     
  9. AquaticJ

    AquaticJFishlore VIPMember

    Black and yellow is definitely an Auratus.
     
  10. Cheesearmada

    CheesearmadaValued MemberMember

    My bad :)
    Wasn't careful in reading a brief description of the fish, one of its other names is 'spotted cichlid'. I guess thats where my confusion came from :banghead:
     




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