Geophagus sp. "Araguaia Orange Head"
Status within Australia: Commonly available, but be cautious of quality.
Other names: Red Cheek, Red Cap Geophagus
Incorrectly labelled: Geophagus sp. "Tapajos Orange Head"

Breeding Behaviour:
Highly striped caudal fin, double barring on the flanks, red / orange colour on forehead area (intensity of which can vary between individuals probably due to dominance).

Comments: Availability seems to be better than the Tapajos variant and many so called "Tapas" do look like Araguaia. Weidner suggests that the "Orange Head" fish from the Rio Tapajos and Rio Araguaia are in fact sibling populations of one and the same species. Possibly also found in the Rio Tocantins.
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One of the first Geophagus sp. "Araguaia Orange Heads" in Australia.

Flash: No - Photograph courtesy of Lungy.
Offspring from above

Flash: Overhead - Photographs courtesy of Schmuck.

Flash: No - Photographs courtesy of ozarowana.

Flash: Yes - Photographs courtesy of IronMonkey.

Flash: No - Photographs courtesy of briztoon.
Offspring from above, displayed in chronological order for growth - dates below:

Photographs 1-3: February 5, 2009.
Photographs 4-6: February 26, 2009.
Photographs 7-9: March 15, 2009.
Photographs 10-12: April 7, 2009.

Flash: No - Photographs courtesy of japes.

Video courtesy of chevguy/fella.