Blood Parrot Cichlid Care 🐟 How To Care for Blood Red Parrot Fish

Blood Parrot Cichlid Care 🐟 How To Care for Blood Red Parrot Fish

Blood Parrot Cichlid Care 🐟 How To Care for Blood Red Parrot Fish | Facts and Information | Setting Up a Blood Parrot Tank
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How To Care For Blood Parrot Cichlids is a video that was made to provide more information on how to properly care for a Blood Parrot cichlid. We talk about how to raise Blood parrots into happy healthy fish be explaining their needs.

The Red Parrot cichlid fish is a super personable fish. Learn about how to care for your red parrot cichlid. We discuss how to properly set up a Blood Parrot cichlid aquarium fish tank, Talk about what to feed, what tankmates work and how many to keep in an aquarium. Join us in a video explaining the fading process and how to raise a Red parrot fish from juvenile to adulthood.

We also look at basic requirements of proper blood parrot fish care and go over minimum tank sizes recommended to house red parrot cichlids successfully.Blood Parrots require at least 40 gallons per single fish in order to really take care of Blood parrot cichlids properly. These fish are hybrid cichlids and can range in size. Though they aren’t the fastest growers, the freshwater parrot cichlid can range from 6″-12″ depending on type when full grown. It is important to provide them adequate space to grow to their full size potential.

Blood Parrot fish are known to be fairly aggressive like most central American cichlids. They are territorial by nature and enjoy having hide out areas in their tanks. When setting up a red blood parrot cichlid fish aquarium it is ideal to provide multiple nesting areas and hide outs.

Freshwater blood parrot cichlid care can be very rewarding. Blood Parrots are super inquisitive, curious fish and are a lot of fun to keep. They can live anywhere from 5-10 years plus with optimal care.

We like to feed our blood parrot fish high quality cichlid pellets that use whole ingredients. Foods that also have natural color enhancers can work well.

They are best kept between 24-28 Degrees Celsius. They are hardy and will tolerate a wide PH and GH/KH range but optimally they are best kept near neutral (7.0-7.5 PH) When caring for blood parrot fish, consistency is preferred over an exact target range.

Blood parrot cichlid fish will get to a decent size and produce a large amount of waste. Please consider this when stocking your aquarium.

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We have several other videos on blood parrots, be sure to check them out.

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BIG RED PARROT CICHLID TANK – (in Full High Definiton)

BIG RED PARROT CICHLID TANK – (in Full High Definiton)

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Aquascaping Lab – Red Blood Parrot Fish Cichlid description / Ciclide Pappagallo descrizione

Aquascaping Lab – Red Blood Parrot Fish Cichlid description / Ciclide Pappagallo descrizione

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Aquascaping Lab by Tommaso Perini and Serena Sacchi present a video tutorial on description and technical sheet of Red Parrot fish, Blood parrot cichlid, Red parrot cichlid, jellybean Parrot cichlid, comes from the Cichlidae family and is a hybrid between Amphilopus Citrinellus and Paraneetroplus Synspilum, created in China and Taiwan. Has big eyes and deformed lips , the head is round, body with a very high ridge profile and the convex belly. The dorsal and anal fins are long and wide, tail is developed and delta, the pectoral fins are strong whereas the ventral sharp. The livery change from variety to variety, they have created several besides the more common orange red and yellow, we also have the green, blue and purple. Could present some problems, such as deformity of the back, throat and infertility, despite this, their life expectancy can be up to 10 years if kept well. Although initially timid, they are very sociable with the breeder and interested in the events out of the tank, so intelligent and their facial shape also makes them be very funny, seem to smile continuously. Is moderately aggressive towards their own kind. Suitable for tanks from 150 lt up, with ample space for swimming set up with thick and sturdy vegetation along the walls, decorated with some roots that offers good shelter. If in a group, it should be put in 250-300 liter aquariums with very good filtration system or frequent changes of water. Do not live with small fish such as neon or herd rasboras, because it can be mistaken for live food, but it’s possible to live with Carassius Auratus, Piranha, Astronotus ocellatus and Amphilophus citrinellus obviously in very large tank. It is not a suitable fish for lovers of detail and of aquascaping becaouse move objects and make holes in the ground. There is no sexual dimorphism between males and females so it will be difficult to distinguish, also reproduction is almost impossible becaouse most of the eggs are infertile. It is an omnivorous fish, to maintain the beautiful color requires regular integration of dyes feed and fresh or frozen shellfish such as krill, chopped shrimp or brine shrimp, otherwise feed on dry granules or frozen mosquito larvae, blanched vegetables. Price about fry 10€, and as an adult 30/50€.

Maximum size: 20cm
Swim level: Low Medium
Ideal range temperature: 24 °- 29 ° Celsius
PH range: 6.5 – 8
GH range: 10 – 25

ITALIANO:
Aquascaping Lab di Tommaso Perini e Serena Sacchi presenta un video tutorial sulla descrizione e scheda tecnica del pesce Red Parrot o Ciclide Pappagallo; deriva dalla famiglia dei Ciclidi ed è un ibrido tra l’ Amphilopus citrinellus e il Paraneetroplus synspilum, creato in Cina e a Taiwan. Ha occhi grandi e labbra carnose deformate, la testa è tondeggiante, ed un corpo dal profilo dorsale molto alto e dal ventre convesso. La livrea cambia da varietà a varietà, ne sono state create diverse oltre a quella più comune arancione rosso e giallo, abbiamo anche il verde, il blu e il viola. Sono “creati in laboratorio” e potrebbero presentare deformità del dorso, della gola e infertilità. Nonostante questo la loro aspettativa di vita può arrivare fino a 10 anni se tenuti bene. Sono molto socievoli con l’allevatore e interessati agli eventi fuori dalla vasca, quindi intelligenti e la loro conformazione facciale inoltre li fa risultare molto simpatici. E’ un pesce abbastanza pacifico e timido, che si abitua con ai nuovi ambienti restando inizialmente appartato negli angoli più tranquilli della vasca, una volta preso confidenza si mostra vivace e intraprendente e moderatamente aggressivo verso i simili. Adatto a vasche dai 150 lt in su, con ampio spazio per il nuoto ma allestite con folta e robusta vegetazione lungo le pareti, arredate con qualche radice che offra buoni rifugi. Se in gruppo, va messo in acquari da 250-300 litri con sistema di filtraggio molto buono o frequenti cambi di acqua. Non convive con piccoli pesci da branco ad esempio neon o rasbore, poiché le può scambiare per cibo vivo, invece è possibile la convivenza con Carassius Auratus, Piranha, Astronotus ocellatus e Amphilophus citrinellus, ovviamente in vasche molto grandi. Non è un pesce adatto agli amanti dei dettagli e dell aquascaping, poiché sposterà gli oggetti e farà delle buche a terra. Non c è differenza tra maschi e femmine quindi sarà difficile distinguerli, inoltre la riproduzione è impossibile da ottenere. E’ un animale onnivoro e accetta un po’ tutti i mangimi; per mantenere la colorazione, richiede integrazione di mangimi coloranti e crostacei freschi o surgelati come krill, polpa di gamberetto o artemie saline, altrimenti granuli secco o larve di zanzara congelate, non disdegna verdure sbollentate.

Crazy red parrot fish – throwing stones

Crazy red parrot fish – throwing stones

Beautiful bloody parrot spits stones towards the other fishes (!!) :

Showing an Arrogant as well as a
semi-Agressive behaviour towards the other fishes in the Aquarium.

As you Shall/Will See in this video is a Parrotfish that turned out to be a “bad-tempered” one.