blue ram cichlid

Blue ram is one of the most popular fish of the cichlid family. Blue ram cichlids are mainly found in Colombia and Venezuela in South America. Bluefish cichlids are small aquarium fish with beautiful color patterns on their bodies. They are famous for their beauty and peaceful behavior. Blue ram cichlids grow well in slightly acidic water. As a rule, they are short-lived. They can live up to 2 years in captivity. As they reproduce, they acquire a lighter color. Blue ram cichlids can be fed pellets, frozen foods, flakes, or live food. Eat a high protein diet to develop color more effectively. Your tank should be a minimum of 20 liters or more. There is something to plant and place a shelter. There should also be enough free space in the aquarium.
These fish require special attention when it comes to water conditions. These cichlids are active swimmers and can easily be kept with other aquarium mates. They are very sensitive to poor water conditions. Regular water changes at short intervals are appreciated. Do a 25% water change every week. Blue ram cichlids make wonderful aquariums with other peaceful fish such as neon tetras and guppies. They are one of the few peaceful representatives of the cichlid family. Another member of the green creepy cichlid family, the Oscar cichlid, is very aggressive.

Blue ram cichlids are relatively easy to breed. Provide them with the right conditions and they will eventually reproduce in your home aquarium. These cichlids can be aggressive towards other fish during breeding. The female lays 20-200 eggs on the flat surface of a stone or leaf. The water temperature should be between 77 and 85 Fahrenheit. The child will grow up soon. You should not separate the parents from them, because ram cichlids are very good parents. To protect the seed from damage, the Bluebuck cichlid sweeps the seed into its mouth like a broom. Parents also protect their young from other fish. At this moment, her attack level increased. You can give the child fried or salted shrimp. Try not to overfeed, if there are leftovers after eating, remove them in other ways, as they can contaminate the water. Remember that the seed does not absorb aquarium filters.
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