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This very beautiful cichlid (family Cichlidae) is likely found in the Grijalva and Usumacinta basins.
- Slow water movement
- Likes to dig
- Mainly herbivore eater
Paratheraps bifasciatus might also be known by Vieja bifasciata, Redhead cichlid, Quetzal cichlid, Firehead cichlid and Red-spotted cichlid.
Below you can find photo and video collection of the Paratheraps bifasciatus that my father have kept in the past. This species seems to be pretty rare to find with in the hobby.
Please contact me if the provided information is faulty.
This photo gallery contains images. The exact date of when these photos were taken is unfortunately unknown (likely 2006). Latest photos are always at the top. Click on each image for full-screen view.
Video gallery is empty for this species.