National Geographic : 1934 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE AQUATIC JEWELS GLEAM BRIGHTLY Hemichromis bimaculatus, the jewelfish, is an old favorite from Africa. One of the most colorful of all, it continues in popularity despite its tendency to pugnacity. The young up to two inches in size display more red than mature specimens. Slightly reduced. © National Geographic Society r inlay rnotographs Dy PEdwin L. Wisherd NOT ALL CICHLIDS ARE FIGHTERS The attractive Cichlasoma severum, from the Amazon, belies the belief that all members of the family are quarrelsome. Even large specimens live amiably with other species, although they should be kept by themselves during the breeding season. Reduced two diameters.