Red Ram for sale in Exeter, CA - Aquarium Fish Finder

cichlid, also called the Butterfly Ram and the Red Ram, is a social fish that will form pairs.
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The Kribensis are relatively undemanding in their water chemistry as long as it is consistent. Do water changes of 10% to 20% once a week or every other week, more or less depending on stocking numbers. As most of these fish are captive bred, try to match the water parameters to those it was raised in. Otherwise use the water that you have available, just be consistent.
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I have had six rams in my 75g for over two years now and I can attest that they are wonderful community fish. However, I suspect the three clown loaches in the same tank are eating their eggs. The rams have spawned three times and by day two the eggs have disappeared. Needless to say the rams will soon have a tank of their own. 1~What type of fish is afflicted?Bolivian ram, yesterday his anus was red and swolen, today it is an open sore
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Fish questions about German blue rams. 2/9/13
I will find out soon about my water hopefully this weekend. I got it tested at pet land they just did a basic ph test. but I'd rather do it at world of fish or Aqualand- more reputable. If I cannot get the water tested due to time/staff gas mile payments what kind of test kit should I get to test my tap.
I think I know what kind of dwarf cichlid i want to have in my 20 gallon set up when I get it set up. Germen blue rams I saw a you tube video of a guys ram collection with some discus. they were very nice well bred fish.
Rdlee1000 is his online you tube name. I think he is outside the us though.
And I don't know if he is selling any right now. the video is over 3 years old. Do you know of any good reputable germen ram breeders/collectors I could contact.
Thanks Alex.

Do remember that German Rams (like any other Mikrogeophagus ramirezi) need very soft, very acidic, and very warm water to do well. That's why they're great with Discus -- same needs. You're aiming for 0-5 degrees dH, pH 5.5-6.5, temperature 28-30 C/82-86 F. Basically incompatible with community tropical fish, with a few exceptions (like Discus and Cardinal Tetras).
Failure to understand this is why the vast majority of people who buy Rams end up watching them die within 12 months, often within 6 months. Two alternatives: Bolivian Rams and Cockatoo Cichlids, both of which are small colourful, adaptable, and basically easy to keep. Cheers, Neale.>Origin.Most rams come from Oriental fish farms. We occasionally see a “German” strain that looks pretty good. We also see a Bolivian Ram probably captured from the wild that comes in larger and looks different. And, of course, you’ve all seen the gold version -- not really an improvement. By the way, some of us call Rams these days, not.The blue ram cichlid or otherwise commonly known as the butterfly cichlid is another of the beautiful dwarf cichlids often desired by the aquarist. The Blue Ram Cichlid is a stocky fish with bright grey/blue flanks. Yellow, gold and black with blue are the coloration of the head and chest with a red patch on the belly. A black vertical line runs across the eye and red patch around it. It has a large yellow dorsal fin with black at the front edge and red marking the upper and lower lobes of the tail and dorsal fin. The pelvic fins are mostly red with blue.This pet store wasn’t like the one around the corner from my house. They seemed to specialize in freshwater and saltwater fish and according to their sign; they had the solution to all of your aquarium needs. As soon as I entered the front door I was met by a large planted aquarium, full of vibrant shimmering fish and bright green sword plants. It was amongst the fauna in this aquarium where I found the fish that opened my world to aquarium keeping. The fish I was looking at was the German Blue Ram. At this point I had never kept a fish before in my life. Not even a goldfish, but I couldn’t fight the urge to own such an exquisite creature. So naturally, I did my research.