I think it's Ruby Clown Cichlid (instead of crown). Which is indeed a common name for M. altispinoza
It's the (slightly) bigger cousin of M. ramirezi, which is probably (in Europe anyway) better known that the Altispinoza. They're quite similar though. It's a friendly species when kept as a couple, they don't make a mess of the tank (which is nice if you like lots of plants), and they generally do well in a planted tank. They do need some free space on the bottom, pref. with fine gravel or sand (they do spend most of their time on or near the floor), and not too much light if you want enjoy their beautiful colours. Some dark / hiding places (a hidden flower pot or a hole made by piling up some rocks) is highly appreciated for comfort. The more they feel 'at home', the more you will see of their colours.
What I do know is that you should not leave any rotting food in the tank at any time, as they are very sensitive to (bad) water quality, and also to large water changes. Whether this is species-related, or related to breeding them in anti-biotics instead of water, I am not sure....
Oh, they lay eggs on a flat rock, so make sure you have that available if you like to watch the show