The Texas cichlid (Herichthys cyanoguttatus, ex. Cichlasoma cyanoguttatum) is a large, good looking and at that rather aggressive fish. In the wild it inhabits in rivers of Texas (for example, Rio Grande, due to which the fish got its name Rio Grande cichlid) and in North Mexico.
Discus fish (lat. Symphysodon) is an incredibly beautiful fish with very unusual body shape. The fish is often called a king of freshwater tanks and not in vain. Large, impossibly bright fish with lots of different colorings… so why not a king? Discus is leisured and stately as the king should be. This peaceful and graceful fish draws aquarists’ eye like no other can.
Firemouth cichlid (lat. Thorichthys meeki) is a tank fish of Cichlidae family. This species was named after American ichthyologist Seth Eugene Meek.
Blue acara (lat. Aequidens pulcher) for long period of time was one of the most popular South America cichlid fishes kept in a tank for many generations of aquarists. There is a good reason that its name (pulcher) from Latin – means beautiful.