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mbuna and peacocks?

10 years 2 days ago #29162 by Dagamoth
Replied by Dagamoth on topic mbuna and peacocks?
Yeah I have to agree that most likely those species can live together pretty well.  You will need to watch as they grow out because once they get to spawning size even the mild male mbunas can get aggressive.  Had a yellow lab who went from being mild as can be into complete jerk when females got to breeding age.

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10 years 1 week ago #29120 by dragonkeeper
Replied by dragonkeeper on topic mbuna and peacocks?
Should be ok.

Bengas can handle themselves against some mild mbuna aggression.

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10 years 1 week ago #29117 by jonnyb
Replied by jonnyb on topic mbuna and peacocks?
55 gal

48"by12"by20"

i think, basic 55 gal footprint..

I bet they taste like bluegill..lol

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10 years 1 week ago #29116 by dragonkeeper
Replied by dragonkeeper on topic mbuna and peacocks?
A lot depends on tank size and species. What size tank are you using?

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10 years 1 week ago - 10 years 1 week ago #29113 by jonnyb
mbuna and peacocks? was created by jonnyb
Just wondering what everyones opinions/experinces is on mixing mbuna and peacocks in a 55gal tank, was considering a small group  (4-6) of each

cynotilopia afra (chewere)

labidochromis careules (yellow labs)

auloncara baenschi (benga sunshine)

was going to try to get them all under 2" and stock them at the same time, the tanks got about 30lbs of lace rock with plenty of caves...

thanks any and all advice is appreciated

jonny. ;)

I bet they taste like bluegill..lol
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