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Located in Dayton Beach, Florida, Cichlid Express has been in pet-fish sale business for over three decades and still going as strong as ever. Overseen by Gary Johnson as the president, Cichlid Express houses a long list of cichlids ranging from the East African cichlids to the South American Oscars. The store has established quite a reputation both within and Florida. Presence in the industry has guaranteed high quality bred Oscars obtainable by cichlid lovers. Positive consumer review accessible through their website can be observed and willing Oscar buyers are encouraged to visit this marvelous store.

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Located in Dayton Beach, Florida, Cichlid Express has been in pet-fish sale business for over three decades and still going as strong as ever. Overseen by Gary Johnson as the president, Cichlid Express houses a long list of cichlids ranging from the East African cichlids to the South American Oscars. The store has established quite a reputation both within and Florida. Presence in the industry has guaranteed high quality bred Oscars obtainable by cichlid lovers. Positive consumer review accessible through their website can be observed and willing Oscar buyers are encouraged to visit this marvelous store.

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Mar 18, 2017 - Oscar fish for sale negotiable price and I willing to travel to sell them to you crazyoscar wrote:

MALSKI wrote:
crazyoscar wrote: Those "wild" Oscars have unbelievable patterns as babies, but they disappear rather quick and they grow up to look like your average Tiger Oscar, maybe with a few minor differences, actually they are not even as cute as Tiger Oscars when adults. I think their adult color is not as "red" as captive Oscars but more of a yellow hue.

I got this information from one of my friends who has been breeding Oscars for like 20 years, after I fell in love with some "Wild" Oscars from New York where I had to pay around $100 to get 4 (shipping included). That's why all of the "Wild Oscars" for sale are around 2 inches long, they expect you to pay for the "Colors" that only last for a short period.

Take a look at this one:

Hello

It is a not quite truth. It depends what place he come from, then the colour is different.

I have F0 Wild Form from Peru right now and this colour is much different like other tiger oscars.

Is not just colour is a different body construction, massive head and eyes.

You have about 6 different places where he come from and this colour is different.

In my opinion - the realy wild form - 100 % wild caught - is a completly different fish like this come from fish farm or pet shops.

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The ones from Ecuador, Venezuela, Trinidad and Rio Negro (Brazil) - such as the one in the picture - have amazing bright golden rings and brown/green base yet grow up with dull yellow/grey/brown stripes and weak colors overall. They definitely don't keep the amazing "baby colors" for long, and if they do, I have yet to see proof.

Can you post a picture of your current Adult Oscar and one when he was a baby?

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MALSKI wrote:

crazyoscar wrote: Those "wild" Oscars have unbelievable patterns as babies, but they disappear rather quick and they grow up to look like your average Tiger Oscar, maybe with a few minor differences, actually they are not even as cute as Tiger Oscars when adults. I think their adult color is not as "red" as captive Oscars but more of a yellow hue.

I got this information from one of my friends who has been breeding Oscars for like 20 years, after I fell in love with some "Wild" Oscars from New York where I had to pay around $100 to get 4 (shipping included). That's why all of the "Wild Oscars" for sale are around 2 inches long, they expect you to pay for the "Colors" that only last for a short period.

Take a look at this one:

Hello

It is a not quite truth. It depends what place he come from, then the colour is different.

I have F0 Wild Form from Peru right now and this colour is much different like other tiger oscars.

Is not just colour is a different body construction, massive head and eyes.

You have about 6 different places where he come from and this colour is different.

In my opinion - the realy wild form - 100 % wild caught - is a completly different fish like this come from fish farm or pet shops.

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