Photo #2 - Is This A Peacock? - 4 Jack Dempsey 3 Electri...

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Country: Canada
Description: 110 gallon, two 403 fulval filters. one 150w and a 200w heater. plus 295gph power head for some more currant. powerglo and mraineglo t5 lights, blue led moon lights.
Advice: i'm new
Fish Kept: 4 Jack Dempsey 3 Electric Yellow Lab Labidochromis caeruleus 2 Rusty cichlid Iodotropheus sprengerae 2 Cobalt Blue Zebra 1 Blue Johanni 1 Demason's Cichlid 2 Giraffe Hap Nimbochromis venustus 1 gold Asian algae eater 1 peacock (i think.)
Corals/Plants: 50 lbs of coral, 50 of crushed coral as substrate. all fake plate for now
Tank Size: 110 gallons

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Agree with the above they Refer to that type as an O.B. Peacock or Aulonocara fish avatar
Yes it is a peacock, but it is a hybrid peacock, I have a few of them in my tank. fish avatar

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