a 12" long male
in one of our aquariums,
when one on us snapped
this picture. Below
a 8" long female
holding eggs in
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This video shows a mature male Frontosa Cichlid swimming among a pile of rocks in an aquarium.
This picture shows a very big male Frontosa about 12" long with a huge bump on his head, blue coloration on his face, and long pointed fins that are typical of an old dominant male his size and age.
This is a smaller younger 9" male Frontosa. He has the metallic blue color, long pointed fins, and bump on his head that are seen on a dominant male about his size. Click on each picture to see a bigger picture.
This 8" female Frontosa is holding eggs in her mouth, and her throat is extended. Compared to males, her fins are shorter, the bump on her head is smaller, and she lacks the metallic blue coloration.
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