CICHLASOMA TRIMACULATUM PDF

Three spot cichlid - Cichlasoma trimaculatum Scientific name: Cichlasoma trimaculatum Common name: Three spot cichlid Family: Cichlidae Usual size in fish tanks: 30 - 38 cm Sexing Males will grow larger and develop a larger nuchal hump. The dorsal and anal fins of the male will also be extended. Breeding A large aquarium is required for breeding purposes. The spawning site is usually a flat rock, once the eggs have been laid and fertilized, the female will tend them while the male defends the territory. Once the fry are free swimming, they can be fed on crushed flake or newly hatched brine shrimp.

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Means of Introduction: In southeastern Florida, introduction was the result of escapes and intentional releases from fish farms, probably during the mid- to late s Courtenay and Hensley a.

Some releases were deliberate attempts to dispose of unwanted and sometimes illegal fish stocks Courtenay and Stauffer Status: Established in Florida.

Impact of Introduction: Considered a competitor with native sunfish for spawning areas; juvenile bands of C. Remarks: The first Florida specimens of C. Cultured in Florida possibly since the s, Cichlasoma bimaculatum remained an important part of the aquarium trade until the late s, and probably was the first aquarium fish to become established in open waters of Florida Courtenay and Stauffer One of the most abundant introduced species in south Florida canal systems during the early s, C.

Throughout its south Florida range, it is much more common in disturbed habitats, mainly canals, than in natural habitats Loftus and Kushlan Spawning has been observed during every month of the year in southeastern Florida Courtenay Voucher specimens: Florida UF , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and many others; UMMZ and more. References : click for full references Baber, M.

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Means of Introduction: In southeastern Florida, introduction was the result of escapes and intentional releases from fish farms, probably during the mid- to late s Courtenay and Hensley a. Some releases were deliberate attempts to dispose of unwanted and sometimes illegal fish stocks Courtenay and Stauffer Status: Established in Florida. Impact of Introduction: Considered a competitor with native sunfish for spawning areas; juvenile bands of C. Remarks: The first Florida specimens of C. Cultured in Florida possibly since the s, Cichlasoma bimaculatum remained an important part of the aquarium trade until the late s, and probably was the first aquarium fish to become established in open waters of Florida Courtenay and Stauffer One of the most abundant introduced species in south Florida canal systems during the early s, C.

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There are also feral populations in both the USA and Singapore. Habitat Found mainly in sluggish waters of the Pacific coastal plains and surrounding lowlands. It tends to be associated with soft substrates of mud and sand , where it lives among submerged roots, branches and vegetation. Maintenance Rocks and bogwood to form territories. Lives in lakes and slower moving water in the wild, so avoid strong current in the aquarium.

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Three spot cichlid - Cichlasoma trimaculatum

Considered one of the more aggressive cichlasoma species, trimaculatas have the tendency to tyrannize their tankmates. Males can reach over 35 cm if kept in maintained conditions. Personally, one of my favorites! He was a beautiful fish, extremely responsive. Yes, he would draw blood now and then but I still hand-fed him big moths, his favourite food. He was very territorial. His territory extended even outside the confines of his tank!

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