Apistogramma trifasciata, sometimes known as the Three-Stripe Apisto, is one of the showiest species of Apistogramma. Males develop a huge, “mohawk” like dorsal fin, and are primarily silver and metallic blue. Females, in the typical Apistogramma fashion, are mostly black and yellow. These dwarf cichlids pair well with small tetras, pencilfish, and rasboras in laid back community aquaria.
These specimens are subadults around 1-1.25" long. They can be sexed with decent confidence, but are still too small for any guarantee of sex.