Links - Cichlids

Links to websites dedicated to the joys of keeping/raising South American and African Cichlids.

Add Color to Your Cichlid Tank star
Do you have cichlids in your aquarium? Would you like to become a pet-parent to some of these intelligent fish who are full of personality?

Breeding the Angelfish by Byron Salamida star[offsite link]
An entire multi-chapter book very generously uploaded online--has everything you could possibly want to know about angelfish breeding!

Cichlid Aquarium star
Discover the wonderful world of Chichlids!

Cichlid Marriage Ritual star
Cichlids have an interesting marriage ritual. Read on to discover if this sounds similar to any marriage ritual of any other species - like human beings, maybe? Well, maybe...hmmmmm... star[offsite link]
A good general site featuring the family Cichlidae. star[offsite link]
A site devoted especially to this popular group.

Discus Breeders’ Web Site star[offsite link]
Good information on genetics and breeding of discus, though the format of the site itself is a little loud.

The Angelfish Breeding FAQ star[offsite link]
Instructive FAQs for beginner and intermediate angelfish breeders, very highly recommended.

The Cichlid Fishes of Lake Malawi, Africa star[offsite link]
Wow! This is one of the best sites I´ve come across on the Malawi group of African cichlids (or cichlids in general, for that matter). This homepage has lots of great tidbits, will satisfy those interested in scientific background, and definitely deserves exploration.

Walter´s Discus Site star[offsite link]
Great photos and nicely written in an easy-to-read, well-organized format. Overall, one of the better discus pages out there.

Win an Oscar! star
Win your very own Oscar!

Links marked with the [offsite link] designation point to websites not associated with is not responsible for the material found there.

Editor's Picks Articles
Top Ten Articles
Previous Features
Site Map

Content copyright © 2018 by . All rights reserved.
This content was written by . If you wish to use this content in any manner, you need written permission. Contact Mary Brennecke for details.