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A little look at the R. octofasciata pair.
American Cichlid Species - Jack Dempsey Cichlid "Rocio Octofasciata"
Comman Name : Jack Dempsey Cichlid, Diamond Cichlid Scientific Name : Rocio Octofasciata Family: Cichlidae Origin : Central & North America - from as far .
Rocio octofasciata defending fry in Cenote Escondido, Wild caught Jack Dempsey cichlids.
A underwater video of a pair of Rocio ocotascaiata aka Jack Dempsey cichlids in Cenote Escondido, Yucatan Peninsular, Mexico.
Blue Jack Dempsey / Rocio Octofasciata
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Rocio octofasciata 20 10 2014
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