Animal Stories - Electric Blue Jack Dempsey


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The Electric Blue Jack Dempsey is one of the bluest tropical fish, and it is definitely one of the most beautiful!
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the fish whisperer - 2010-05-18
JDs are really amazing. Sometimes I think they can understand me! If you're planning on breeding them, be sure to have the space. The male is 5 inches long and the female about 3.5 inches. They spawned twice in a 20 gal. I moved them from the fry when they were a week old. The parents now reside in their own 55 gallon planted tank. (they totally trashed the place!) Three days later they spawned again! 4th time in 2 months( they will eat the fry if disturbed too much DOH! The fry are really unique and some are blueish with vertical tiger stripes. Food is important and some kinds make your JD and most cichlids aggressive. email me at tenthousandgallons@yahoo.com subject:JACK DEMPSEY and I will send pictures. They are for sale and soon I hope to have a website up. Thanks to the economy I have lots of free time to raise the healthiest fish around.

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  • jp - 2010-11-16
    Hi question please you said some food makes cichlids more aggressive? Like what please? Would be helping big time thanx.
  • andy simmons - 2010-12-17
    Hey, I'd like to see some pic's and get a little info on my community tank.
  • Craig Wolff - 2011-04-25
    Do you still have Electric Blue JDs for sale (Apr 2011)? I just lost one that I had for nearly ten years - he was quite large (8-9 inches and well over 1 lb.) and exquisitely beautiful.
  • Joey wilson - 2011-09-13
    Please send pics and price thank you
  • Tery Hish - 2011-12-16
    Hello. I want to get into the JDs and was wondering if you had any for sale. The electric blues are hard to find at a reasonable price, so I thought I would help out and increase the supply through breeding and lower the price for newbees to the Jack Dempsey world of BLUE!!!! Can you help?
  • MC - 2012-01-26
    I have been wanting EBJD for a long time! Do you have any for sale?
  • Paul Martin - 2015-09-22
    I am in colorado. Looking for ebjd.I have a 55 gallon. With a 5' oscar and 4.5' green terror. And a 5.5' clown knife
  • Steveo - 2019-06-26
    Hey mate came across ur post about the electric blue jack Dempsey cichlids just wondering if you have any for sale or know of where I can get some and where abouts are you located roughly thanks mate
  • Wayne - 2019-04-20
    I’m looking to buy some EB JD’s. I’d like to get around 6 young ones (1.5-3”) if anyone knows where I can get them. I live in SW Idaho and would pay to have them shipped here if nothing is available locally. Boise has had them but they are extremely expensive there.
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Wayne - 2019-04-20
I’m looking for 6-8 young (1.5-3”) EBJDs. I live in SW Idaho. I’ll pay for shipping if anyone has some for sale.

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  • kari malone - 2019-05-01
    Hey Wayne,

    Check out our Instagram page Malone's Monsters. We have the electric blue jack dempseys for sale. The are about 1" - 1.5"

    #Malonesmonsters
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heidi ward - 2014-12-15
Have male electric blue roughly 5-6 inches about 12-14 months old color is bold but still developing looking to sell best offer local pickup in Ct.

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  • Eddie - 2015-03-06
    If you still have EBJD 150
  • jayjay - 2015-06-14
    I have some for sale
  • Badri - 2018-10-22
    I want to buy them if possible can u WhatsApp me 9742634694 ta with the rates
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Christopher Hunsicker - 2017-12-31
I just bought my Blue Dempsey two days ago. I also have one medium cichlid with three other small cichlids. I knew the medium cichlid would be aggresive to the Dempsey so I got a breeder net to keep the medium cichlid away. Well I just looked and noticed that the smaller ones have been attacking it. I put the Dempsey in the net for safety and let cichlid go loose. Any suggestions?

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siva - 2016-01-09
i need electric green as same as blue colour...so someone try to breed it plz...

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Rose - 2012-06-23
hello i have a ebjd, i also have a regular jd. i believe these two are flirting and we all know where that leads to. So my question is can the two of them spawn even though they are diffrent.

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2012-06-23
    Yes they can.
  • chad - 2012-12-02
    Yes, in fact they becpome a stronger breed of ebjd which is actually encouraged to strengthen the fish and have less problems...
  • JOE VANN - 2013-03-16
    I bought a EBJD about 31 days ago,3/4in. he grow close to 5inches.What read comments slow growth not here,he growing fast.He grow up with commmunity fishes,I watching his mood,just maybe they will make it.5community fish everything ok for now.
  • michele\' - 2015-10-13
    Yes they can breed. And the babies are out of this world gorgeous. I had an adult Dempsey breed with one of my African chiclids, made a very semi aggressive colorful iridescent blue spotted cross Dempsey/chiclid. Goodluck and get ready for some gorgeous babies:)
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Anonymous - 2015-09-24
I have a 110 gallon tank would a small turtle be okay with two big oscars

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  • Clarice Brough - 2015-09-24
    Maybe, being such a different animal. But Oscars can be scrappy, so I would keep an eye on it.
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Kent Robinson - 2014-10-17
I live in Indiana (Indianapolis area). I've got a 125 gal. tank. I have 2 med. sized Oscars. I am interested in the elec. Blue Jack Dempseys. I'd like to buy one or 2 large ones. Does anybody know where I can buy large ones either in a pet store or online? Thanks!

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  • Mike - 2014-11-12
    You can try The Reef.
  • Jeannine Scotland - 2015-02-26
    Tangledupincichlids jeff rapps try him. He is the best in the business
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Melissa Sellew - 2014-11-19
I have an adult male Electric Blue Jack Dempsey, I recently took in a rescue fish its a Kissing Guorami we had them together for about a week before we had to separate them due to my Kisser fish trying to kiss Mr. Jack her lips had bite marks and feeding time was not fair to the Kisser due to Jack not letting her get any food... So my question is what would be a good tank mate for the Kissing Guorami I don't like seeing her all alone! Any suggestions? There both in 40 gallon tanks

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-11-21
    The Kissing Gourami can get aggressive when it gets big. See the social behaviors section on this fish's page to get a good feel for companions. One thing you'll read is that keeping them with other fish that are aggressive brings out their own aggression, which is probably what happened when you tried to keep it with this type of cichlid. Most large cichlids are pretty territorial.
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Anonymous - 2014-10-05
I no this is probably a stupid question but if I put a jack Dempsey in with a few mollies would i lose all my mollies?

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  • Vulgarcowboy - 2014-10-05
    yes, it will wipe them out!!!!
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