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most aggressive cichlid
Topic Started: May 31 2009, 02:38 PM (1,437 Views)
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Kohaku Koi
what do you think it is???
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No-One
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angelfish! lol maybe an oscar? as an agressive average cichlid, I mean. I'm new to cichlids, so I'm not the smartest in them lol

my input is Oscars.
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Eoibio
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^^selling all his predators ^^
Not oscars...Maybe neets, black nasties or possibly some of the more viciois Flowerhorns...
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that's not how you spell vicious lol you tried, and for that I give you credit.

lol and I haven't heard of any of those... exactly why I said Oscars.
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^^selling all his predators ^^
lol...I weren't trying...lol

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i do not think oscars are very aggressive at all, however i think dovii and unbees are def candidates for most aggress.

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Apple Snail
dovii, odo, and umbees have to be at the top
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May 31 2009, 09:27 PM
i do not think oscars are very aggressive at all, however i think dovii and unbees are def candidates for most aggress.

luke
I agree but a FH can be very grumpy as well.Dovii has my vote.. ;)
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i think oscars are probably the most aggressive cichlid i have kept. i love them because they get so sulky and moody over the slightest things! my tiger oscar (wild caught fry and tank raised) would jump up and down in his tank if i fed him and forgot to turn the lights on. so he would jump...every2-3 minutes and hit the lid every time and come back down so i would run like a madwoman to turn his light on!

he also appeared to be very peaceful but would have violent moodswings and just snap at any tankmate passing by.
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I say dovii (wolf cichlid) and Red terrors.

And Emperors/Pbass can be mean, because they're so MASSIVE
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