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  • Flavescent Peacock (Aulonocara stuartgranti "Usisya")

    For the most part peacock cichlids in the aquarium all behave relatively the same.  They are semi-aggressive compared to any of the Mbuna from Lake Malawi.  As far as African Cichlids go they are one of the most sought after groups of fish due to their color and finnage.  The thoughtful aquarist should never keep fry from a tank where more than one species of peacock is present as they will interbreed very easily.  Most hobbyists want their fish pure and will not accept "mutt" peacocks.

    These fish prefer open waters with a couple caves for spawning.  Keep the pH higher by omitting driftwood from their aquariums and adding rock that helps buffer the water such as Texas Holey rock or lace rock.

  • Flametail Peacock (Aulonocara stuartgranti "Ngara")

    Also Known As:
    Mdoka Peacock
    Ngara Peacock

    For the most part peacock cichlids in the aquarium all behave relatively the same.  They are semi-aggressive compared to any of the Mbuna from Lake Malawi.  As far as African Cichlids go they are one of the most sought after groups of fish due to their color and finnage.  The thoughtful aquarist should never keep fry from a tank where more than one species of peacock is present as they will interbreed very easily.  Most hobbyists want their fish pure and will not accept "mutt" peacocks.

    These fish prefer open waters with a couple caves for spawning.  Keep the pH higher by omitting driftwood from their aquariums and adding rock that helps buffer the water such as Texas Holey rock or lace rock.


  • OB Peacock (Aulonocara sp. OB)

    OB Peacocks tend to be the king of the aquarium with their aggressive demeanor. However, they are semi-aggressive compared to any of the Mbuna from Lake Malawi.  As far as African Cichlids go they are one of the most sought after groups of fish due to their color and finnage.  The thoughtful aquarist should never keep fry from a tank where more than one species of peacock is present as they will interbreed very easily.  Most hobbyists want their fish pure and will not accept "mutt" peacocks.

    These fish prefer open waters with a couple caves for spawning.  Keep the pH higher by omitting driftwood from their aquariums and adding rock that helps buffer the water such as Texas Holey rock or lace rock.

  • Blue Orchid Peacock (Aulonocara kandeensis)

    Also Known As:
    Kande Island Peacock

    This Fish is Awesome!  When in full color it is jet black with light blue top!

    For the most part peacock cichlids in the aquarium all behave relatively the same.  They are semi-aggressive compared to any of the Mbuna from Lake Malawi.  As far as African Cichlids go they are one of the most sought after groups of fish due to their color and finnage.  The thoughtful aquarist should never keep fry from a tank where more than one species of peacock is present as they will interbreed very easily.  Most hobbyists want their fish pure and will not accept "mutt" peacocks.

    These fish prefer open waters with a couple caves for spawning.  Keep the pH higher by omitting driftwood from their aquariums and adding rock that helps buffer the water such as Texas Holey rock or lace rock.

  • Hongi Island Jake Peacock (Aulonocara jacobfreibergi "Hongi Island")

    Jakes are the largest Lake Malawi Peacocks and also the most aggressive!

    They are semi-aggressive compared to any of the Mbuna from Lake Malawi.  As far as African Cichlids go they are one of the most sought after groups of fish due to their color and finnage.  The thoughtful aquarist should never keep fry from a tank where more than one species of peacock is present as they will interbreed very easily.  Most hobbyists want their fish pure and will not accept "mutt" peacocks.

    These fish prefer open waters with a couple caves for spawning.  Keep the pH higher by omitting driftwood from their aquariums and adding rock that helps buffer the water such as Texas Holey rock or lace rock.

  • Midnight Peacock (Aulonocara hueseri)

    Also Known As:
    White Top Peacock

    For the most part peacock cichlids in the aquarium all behave relatively the same.  They are semi-aggressive compared to any of the Mbuna from Lake Malawi.  As far as African Cichlids go they are one of the most sought after groups of fish due to their color and finnage.  The thoughtful aquarist should never keep fry from a tank where more than one species of peacock is present as they will interbreed very easily.  Most hobbyists want their fish pure and will not accept "mutt" peacocks.

    These fish prefer open waters with a couple caves for spawning.  Keep the pH higher by omitting driftwood from their aquariums and adding rock that helps buffer the water such as Texas Holey rock or lace rock.

  • German Red Peacock (Aulonocara sp German Red)

    Also Known As:
    Aulonocara stuartgranti "German Red"

    The German Red Peacock is not a hybrid fish, rather it is a line bred fish from the A. stuartgranti "Chipoka".

    For the most part peacock cichlids in the aquarium all behave relatively the same.  They are semi-aggressive compared to any of the Mbuna from Lake Malawi.  As far as African Cichlids go they are one of the most sought after groups of fish due to their color and finnage.  The thoughtful aquarist should never keep fry from a tank where more than one species of peacock is present as they will interbreed very easily.  Most hobbyists want their fish pure and will not accept "mutt" peacocks.

    These fish prefer open waters with a couple caves for spawning.  Keep the pH higher by omitting driftwood from their aquariums and adding rock that helps buffer the water such as Texas Holey rock or lace rock.

  • Bi-Color 500 Peacock (Aulonocara maulana)

    Also Known As:
    BiColor Peacock

    For the most part peacock cichlids in the aquarium all behave relatively the same.  They are semi-aggressive compared to any of the Mbuna from Lake Malawi.  As far as African Cichlids go they are one of the most sought after groups of fish due to their color and finnage.  The thoughtful aquarist should never keep fry from a tank where more than one species of peacock is present as they will interbreed very easily.  Most hobbyists want their fish pure and will not accept "mutt" peacocks.

    These fish prefer open waters with a couple caves for spawning.  Keep the pH higher by omitting driftwood from their aquariums and adding rock that helps buffer the water such as Texas Holey rock or lace rock.