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Dan Sharifi

Dan Sharifi

Dan Sharifi is the owner of Cichlids of the Americas, an internet-based fish provider. Dan has kept fish for nearly 30 years, focusing primarily on Central American cichlids, but with a number of South American cichlids as well. His current indoor facility is over...

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John Krepper

John Krepper

I first started keeping fish at age 12 (1968) and was quickly introduced to the Louisville Tropical Fish Fanciers and participated as a junior member. I moved from high fin green molly’s to Rift Lake cichlids in a short time and then settled in Lake Tanganyika in the...

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Dre Alvarado

Dre Alvarado

I have been an avid hobbyist over the past 10 years.  I kept fish as a kid and in college but about 10 years ago I dove deep into the hobby.  I joined my local club, Tampa Bay Aquarium Society (TBAS) and within a couple of years I was running for President and...

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Jim Cumming

Jim Cumming

Jim Cumming hails from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and has been keeping tropical fish for over 65 years. Other than a fifteen-year sojourn into the world of killifish (his online name is ‘notho2000’) he has kept and presently keeps Central and South American cichlids,...

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Amphiprion ocellaris

Amphiprion ocellaris

Breeding Amphiprion ocellarisIntroduction The genus Amphiprion is a group of saltwater fish housing most of the common clownfish available to marine hobbyists. The genus consists of approximately twenty-nine recognized species. The subfamily (Amphiprioninae) housing...

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Scleromystax barbatus

Scleromystax barbatus

Breeding Scleromystax barbatusIntroduction The genus Scleromystax is a relatively small group , consisting of approximately seven recognized species and six distinct varieties that are not yet formally described. The genus was split from Corydoras in the early 2000s...

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