Apistogramma panduro (Sometimes known as A. pandurini) is a popular Apisto from Peru. These fish are often called Panda Apistos/Cichlids, due to their dark mask on a light, bluish body. They also have reds and yellows in the tail fin, this being especially pronounced in males. While not as overtly colourful as some congeners such as A. cacatuoides, Panda Apistos are beloved for the subtle chic.
These are young captive-bred individuals, around 1-2.5" long. They are just starting to colour up and sexes are not guaranteed.