CICHLIDS, SOUTH AMERICAN
The most prevalent of all the many popular representatives of the family Cichlidae, the cichlids, are South American species. African and Central American cichlids, it's true, are now much more popular than they once were—but the South American species are still the favorites. Comprising as they do both large and dwarf species, relatively peaceful and hyper-aggressive species, colorful beauties and nondescript nobodies, cave spawners and mouthbrooders, inexpensive staples in the trade and costly specialties, the South American cichlid species offer a wide range of choices to suit many different tastes. In this book author Richard F. Stratton applies his remarkable talent for rendering complicated scientific concepts into text both understandable and easily read while providing valuable and satisfyingly practical advice about setting up a South American cichlid aquarium and enjoying it to the fullest.
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