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Updated date: 2/6/17
Mayan Cichlid, Cichlasoma urophthalmus

 

Mayan Cichlids, also known as "Atomic Sunfish" are large, fierce panfish with brightly-colored, striped sides. A turquoise ringed spot on the base of the tail is a good distinguishing characteristic. These fish are native to South America but have become established in Florida as far north as Lake Okeechobee.

 

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