Keyhole Cichlid Tropical Fish InformationCleithracara maronii
Typical size 8cm
Max size 10cm
Tank Area Middle, bottom
Min Tank Size 60cm
Temp Min: 23℃ Max: 26℃
Feeding Flake, dried, frozen, live foods
pH Range 6-8.5
Keyhole Cichlid (Cleithracara maronii)
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The Keyhole Cichlid is a well known and popular fish which makes a good aquarium specimen. The fish are peaceful and can be kept with other peaceful fishes and dwarf cichlids. Keyholes will form pairs and raise the young for a considerable length of time. Provide a substrate of sand or fine gravel, plenty of hiding spots and open swimming areas. Some specimens can be particularly timid and easily spooked, but should gain confidence once established.
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