Red Devil Cichlid, scientifically known as Amphilophus labiatus, is a large fish found only in Lake Managua and Lake Nicaragua in Central America. This name is also used for a related fish, A. citrinellus.
Red Devil Cichlids live in lakes and almost never go into rivers. Their diet includes small fish, snails, insect babies, worms, and creatures that live at the bottom of lakes.
Female Red devil cichlids take care of their eggs.
Red Devil Cichlid Interesting Facts
- Red Devil Cichlids are found in Central America’s Lake Managua and Lake Nicaragua.
- These fish have a diverse diet, including small fish, snails, insect larvae, and worms.
- Females care for their eggs, laying between 600 to 700 at a time.
- They grow up to 11.1 inches (28.3 centimeters) long and weigh up to 15.7 ounces.
Red Devil Cichlid Habitat
Red Devil Cichlid is a freshwater fish found in Central America, specifically on the Atlantic side of Nicaragua, in Lakes Nicaragua and Managua.
This fish prefers to swim close to the bottom and thrives in warm tropical waters with temperatures between 82°F to 91°F (28°C to 33°C).
|Water Temperature:||82°F to 91°F (28°C to 33°C)|
Red Devil Cichlid Physical Characteristics
Size: 11.1 inches (28.3 centimeters)
Red Devil Cichlid grows up to 11.1 inches (28.3 centimeters) long and weighs up to 444 grams (15.7 ounces).
Red Devil Cichlid Reproduction
Female Red Devil Cichlids lay around 600 to 700 eggs. She takes care of the eggs, also known as tending the clutch.