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    I've been reading some posts on this forum now and I see some people talk about for ex. gt x acara and stuff...? Can you mix different kinds of fish. I mean can you make a oscar and a GT have babies together???????? Or is it just the cihlids that a similar like the acara and the GT??

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    The blue acara and gt are close enough in family to interbreed with each other. There may be a few other South American cichlids that can interbreed, but I am not familiar with dwarf cichlids.

    You will find more hybridization across Central American cichlids than South American cichlids. For instance, you can get a Texas cichlid x Convict cichlid. There are really different in appearance but they can interbreed. Many flowerhorns and blood parrots are made by man from Central American cichlids.

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    Texas cihlid. Is that another name for GT's?

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    Herichthys cyanoguttatus

    or the green texas Herichthys carpintis

    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/cichlid/texas.php

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    Wow thats pretty. No chance of making them mix with GT's. Anybody heard of this? Is it more aggressive than the GT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lothiel
    Wow thats pretty. No chance of making them mix with GT's. Anybody heard of this? Is it more aggressive than the GT?

    About the mixing them sentance. I meant it as a question

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    You won't know if they are compatible in the same tank until you try.

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    I didn't mean mixing. I meant making them spawn. English........................................... .......... :p Making a Texas and a GT spawn. Ever heard of that?

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    Not possible.

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