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Red Mota Cichlid - Parachromis motaguensis - Juvenile

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The Mota Cichlid (Parachromis motaguensis) is also known as the Motaguense or the False Yellowjacket Cichlid. The Red Mota Cichlid is a variant with a reddish base color covered in black speckle-like markings.

 

Though one of the more passive of the Parachromis cichlids, these fish are very aggressive and are best kept alone or in a species-only aquarium. They are carnivores and should be fed a varied diet of fresh, prepared and frozen meaty foods.

Specifications
Common NameRed Mota Cichlid - Juvenile
Scientific NameParachromis motaguensis
Max Size (in inches)12
Min Tank Size (in gallons)125
pH Range7.0-8.0
Temperature Range75-82
OriginCentral America
Community SafeNo
DietCarnivore
DifficultyModerate


State Restrictions
Alaska
Armed Forces Americas
Armed Forces Europe
Armed Forces Pacific
California
Hawaii
Puerto Rico

Ratings & Reviews

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HYBRIDS FOREVER

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The red tiger Montaguense cichlid is my favorite cichlid as well as the red terror cichlid I'm breeding a male red terror with a female red tiger Montaguense cichlid to make the greatest cichlid of all time called the (RED PHEONIX KING CICHLID).the male grows up to a large 32 inches and the female 20 inches. With 5 silver dollars 4 firemouth cichlids 2 big tiger loach catfish and 1 single male texas cichlid.😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

Incorrect fish

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Purchased 5 of these back in February. Received parachromis loisellei instead. 2nd set of fish I received that were not what they were stated. Only reason I'm giving 2 stars is because fish showed up healthy and are growing great.

Red Tiger Mota

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This beautiful colored freshwater cichlid may be classified as aggressive, but it truly is NOT extremely or highly aggressive. Take caution when selecting tankmates. I would recommend housing this cichlid with semi-aggressive cichlids. Definitely a 5 star freshwater cichlid though.

Red Tiger Mota

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I picked up five of these in June. They are definitely aggressive, but this is mainly conspecific. I can not wait until their colors really start to show :)

Red Tiger Mota

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This fresh water cichlid is very aggressive as a juvenile but will grow to have absolutely beautiful colors! Not found in local petshops.