Category Archives: Fish Profiles

True Red Terrors

It’s been a while, everyone! I’ve been slowly collecting data and will get you some updates to my parrot and convict posts one of these days. The EBJD and devil parrot experiments are basically dead in the water, but I … Continue reading

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Tangled Up in True Green Terrors (and Two-Bands Too)!

Last updated: 2012-05-02 — Created: 2012-02-11 I found them! I thought I was actually going to have to go on a fishing expedition to Peru before I’d be able to to get some, but thanks to Jeff Rapps at Tangled … Continue reading

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Green Terrors

Last updated: 2012-05-02 — Created: 2011-09-04 Today we’ll be talking about the green terror. There are actually two species that share the trade name: the false green terror (Andinoacara rivulatus), which is what you will typically find in the stores, and … Continue reading

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Vieja Dismantled!

To follow-up my post titled The Word of the Day is Vieja!, here is an update of how the species have been reorganised. It also looks like a lot of the species names are moving away from the -um (singular)/-a … Continue reading

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The Word of the Day is Vieja!

Today’s word of the day is “vieja”. It is a Spanish word. It is the feminine case of the word meaning “old”, with “viejo” being the masculine. Now, this may be obvious in places where Spanish is the primary or … Continue reading

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