Apistogrammoides pucallpaensis (A100) is often called the T-bar cichlid in older aquarium literature. It is the only species in the Genus Apistogrammoides and is very closely related to the Apistogrammas. However, Apistogrammoides normally have 8 spines in their anal fin while Apistogrammas typically have only 3. They are smaller than most Apistogramma species and can be bred in an 8+ gallon tank safely. Males have iridescent blue-green spots throughout the body and fins, while females are fairly gray until breeding mode. When breeding, they share the bright yellow and deep black colors of Apistogramma.
Sold unsexed, if you wish to breed these I recommend getting a group to grow out and let them pair off
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Stock Level: 40
Store Name: JDAquatics
Seller Country: United States
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