The Bolivian Butterfly is a small and peaceful Dwarf cichlid, they go great in planted setups and in community tanks. They have a mixture of colorations ranging from the reds, the blue, yellow, gold and even bronze. They can be kept with most of the community fishes, like Tetras, Barbs, Corydoras e.t.c.
Common Name Bolivian Butterfly, Bolivian Ram
Scientific Name Microgeophagus Altispinosa
Size 10cm
Origin Bolivia and Brazil
Tank Setup Community Setup or Planted Setup
Temperature 25 – 28 degrees
Feeding Omnivores, They will accept most foods ranging from live foods to frozen foods. They also take flakes and pellets or granules as well.
Gender The males usually have a longer fin tips and the females usually have a little bit more red on the belly compare to the males.