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This species of cichlid is capable of adapting to a wide range of water parameters, so make sure to research the type of water that the Yellow Peacock Cichlid prefers and maintain it. Additionally, it is recommended to have a high-quality filtration system for this species. To ensure that the fish are healthy and happy, provide them with plenty of hiding spots and live plants in the aquarium. With these conditions, the Yellow Peacock Cichlid will thrive in an aquarium environment. Furthermore, they are known to be hardy and resilient, which makes them great for beginner fish keepers.
In conclusion, the ideal environment for breeding mollies is a temperature of around 78-82°F, with a pH level of 7.5-8.5. To ensure successful breeding, provide ample space for the fish to mingle and reproduce, as well as multiple females for the male. Furthermore, be sure to provide the fry with newly hatched brine shrimp and finely ground flake food upon incubation. Finally, do not forget to check the water parameters regularly to ensure the ideal environment for successful breeding.
The Yellow Peacock Cichlid should be fed a variety of both meaty and vegetable-based foods as well as live and frozen brine shrimp. Feed Spirulina-based flake and pellet foods to keep them healthy and happy.