Apistogramma diplotaenia

2. December 2015

dwarf cichlid is one of the most unusual members of the large genus
Apistogramma. The very slim animals have a pattern of two longitudinal
stripes. This is unique among Apistogramma and makes A. diplotaenia

this species is offered only very rarely. Currently we have both wild
collected fish (see photos) and bred ones in stock. Our wild-caught
males almost loose the double stripes in dominant or aggressive mood and
get a orange-yellow band instead. But all in all in Apistogramma
diplotaenia the females have the trousers on and are the more attractive
fish, too.

our customers: the fish have code 618642 (wild caught) and 618642 (bred
ones) on our stocklist. Please note that we exclusively supply the
wholesale trade.

Text & photos: Frank Schäfer