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Pearl Gourami - 02-05-13 The gorgeous Pearl Gourami has earned its name from the beautiful iridescent 'pearl' patterning!
Maulana Bicolor Peacock - 02-04-13 The Maulana Bicolor Peacock is a real eye-catcher, standing out with its striking contrast of bright yellow and blue!
Sunshine Peacock - 02-04-13 The dazzling Sunshine Peacock is attractive, easy to care for, and highly favored by African cichlid keeper!
Rubin Red Peacock - 02-04-13 The Rubin Red Peacock is a striking cichlid in a vibrant rush of red, blue, and purple colors!
Flavescent Peacock - 02-04-13 The Flavescent Peacock is easy to care for and their appealing colors make them an African cichlid favorite!
Aulonocara Blue Gold - 02-04-13 The Aulonocara Blue Gold is a dazzling peacock in blues and golds, with some having pronounced orange shoulders!
Aulonocara Fort Maguire - 02-04-13 The Aulonocara Fort Maguire can be quite variable, but is gorgeous in any of its natural colorings!
Nkhomo Benga Peacock - 02-04-13 The Nkhomo-Benga Peacock is very attractive, and is one of the smaller and more peaceful of the Peacock cichlids!
Bristlenose Catfish - 02-01-13 Looking like the proverbial dog that just stuck its mouth in a porcupine, the Ancistrus or Bristle-nose Catfish are a very interesting and colorful member of the Loricariidae family of catfish!
Blue Gourami - 01-31-13 The name Three-spot Gourami at first seems a bit of a mystery. This fish actually only has two spots, the third spot is generally considered to be the eye!