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Shown above, a young mature male Cichlid for sale in our online store. This fish is a so-called Red Zebra, a Cichlid species, whose ancestors lived among the rocks along the shores of Lake Malawi in East Africa.
   
Cichlids for Sale
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Many Cichlid Species such as Oscars, Angels, and Jack Dempseys from South and Central America, and African Cichlids such as the Mbuna species from Lake Malawi in East Africa live best in a large aquarium with several fish of their species or a closely related species.
   
When you look at pages in AquariumFish.net with Cichlids for sale, you will see a small image like this  Cichlid fish generally live best in a large aquarium with several other Cichlids. Click on this image for information about buying Cichlids.  to indicate that these Cichlids live best with just one in an aquarium or in a group with several fish of their species or a closely related species.
   
If you keep just two or three Cichlids, their behavior will greatly change. They may hide, or attack and nip on other fish. We think that generally these are signs that the fish are not happy.
   
More is Better  
The larger the group of cichlids you keep, the better they will usually get along with each other. Of course this may require a bigger aquarium or even a much bigger aquarium.
   
1. Oscars
Keeping just two or three Oscars in an aquarium rarely works. It may work for a while, but then the strongest Oscar will begin making the other Oscars miserable. If you keep a group of at least six Oscars, or even better eight or ten, they will get along better and for a longer period of time. Of course, this will require a much bigger aquarium.
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2. Mbuna Cichlids
Generally Mbunas will not do well living in a group of less than 15-Mbunas. It is best to start with 20 to 25-Mbunas in an aquarium with at least 75-gallons of water. Eventually each Mbunas will need at least 5-gallons of water.
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3. Haplochromis and Peacocks
These species need to be kept in a group with at least a dozen Haps and Peacocks of about the same size in a large aquarium with at least 75-gallons of water. Eventually each Peacock will need at least 5 gallons water, and each Haplochromis may need more water.
Click here for more about the Haps. and Peacocks from Lake Malawi.
   
4. Angelfish
Angels do best when kept in a group with a minimum of six Angels in an aquarium with at least five gallons of water for each Angel. So six Angels can live together in a 30-gallon aquarium, or 10 in 50-gallon aquarium.
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