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Apistogramma agassizii is the scientific name for the Agassiz's dwarf cichlid, a fish that occurs in many Southern tributaries of the Amazon river. Its specific name honours the Swiss-American zoologist and geologist Louis Agassiz.
|Scientific name:||Apistogramma agassizii|
Quick Aquarium Care
|Aquarist Experience Level:||Intermediate|
|Size of fish - inches:||3.5 inches (8.89 cm)|
|Minimum Tank Size:||20 gal (76 L)|
|Aquarium Hardiness:||Very Hardy|
|Temperature:||73.0 to 81.0° F (22.8 to 27.2° C)|
Males are larger with longer and brighter fins, and the tail fin is pointed. The females are yellow in color and smaller in size. Though females have markings similar to the male, their fins are not elongated and their tail fin is more rounded.