Endemic to the middle regions of the Congo Basin, Nanochromis teugelsi is a small, lovely, and rare cichlid in the aquarium hobby.
Pelvicachromis subocellatus ‘Moanda’ is a “salty” dwarf cichlid hailing from slow-moving streams in coastal regions of West Africa, it is found in both fresh and brackish environments in the Congo Basin
Explore the diverse underwater life of this tropical freshwater habitat in Brazil’s Rio Negro, home to dozens of popular aquarium species.
“A titan among dwarfs,” is what scientists Henrique Varella and Mark H. Sabaj Pérezare calling Apistogramma kullanderi, the newest member of a popular genus of dwarf cichlids who described the largest known Apistogramma species, reaching lengths of more than three inches (80 mm).
Nanochromis splendens is an engimatic member of a genus of dwarf cichlids found only in the Congo river system. Imports of this species have recently become available and we present here, a few portraits of this beautiful little cichlid.