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All Male Peacock/Hap Setup

10 years 4 months ago #28723 by gverde
Replied by gverde on topic All Male Peacock/Hap Setup
I have semi-adult albino male red rubin with two semi adult red rubins and they are all fine together. They are in a 220 gal with a mixture of male haps and peacocks, around 35 fish.

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10 years 6 months ago #28341 by fishyface
Can I mix a male Albino Ruby Red with a regular Ruby Red in my all-male tank?  I've heard that as long as no 2 peacocks look the same, you should be fine, but can't find anything that talks about mixing males of the same species where one is Albino.

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10 years 6 months ago #28329 by fishyface
I got some of the Peacock/Haps that I was hoping to get at the swap this weekend. They include:
Cobue
Ngara Flametail
Ruby Red
Benga
Otopharynx Lithobates Z Rock

They are all around 3.5" and are in my 55 gallon with six 3" Labs. I'm hoping to add a Placidochromis electra & Copadichromis trewavasae (Mloto Likoma) in the near future, if I can find them.

Below is a pic of my rockwork. I'm not sure I like the placement of the 3 main rocks. I might move the 2 rocks on the right further to the right and closer together leaving the middle open. Then I'll put a couple small pieces of THR (tennis ball sized) in the middle.

Thoughts?

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