I was wondering if their was anyone out their that has breed parrot cichlids. Two parrots not a parrot and something else.
As far as I know you can't breed two parrot cichlids, the male is supposed to be sterile. But there have been reports of people having fry.
I have bred them. They are difficult to breed because most of the males are born sterile. You can also breed the female with other South American and Central American Cichlids such as the Convict or Red Devil...
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