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Red Devil Cichlid


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Red Devil Cichlid

Quick StatisticsTemperament: Aggressive
Family: Cichlidae
Native To: South America
Diet: Omnivore
Adult Size: Up to 12″
Temperature: 72° – 82°F
Care Level: Easy
Tank Size: 55+ gallons
Scientific Name: Amphilophus labiatus
Environment: Freshwater

The Red Devil Cichlid is primarily peach to yellow in coloration with some having a white belly. Red Devil Cichlids tend to dig up plants, so live plants are not recommended. Red Devil Cichlids should be kept with fish that can defend themselves as this particular Cichlid cane be quite aggressive.