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Tank-mates for Africans

8 years 4 months ago #32909 by Neo1
Replied by Neo1 on topic Tank-mates for Africans
I do not have any Haps/Peacocks because I have two particularly annoying and relentless Mr. Nasties. I suspect they would make life difficult for them.

That said, your response highlighted something I should have considered: out of place. I really am a bit OCD about that trait and would not be happy with anything that would appear unnatural. So case closed. Thanks though for your input.

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8 years 4 months ago #32905 by sawboy
Replied by sawboy on topic Tank-mates for Africans
It's my experience that Mbuna and Haps / Peacocks from Malawi inhabit all areas of the tank. I am surprised your dont.

But to answer, "if" I were looking to such a thing, I would consider some large, full grown rainbow fish. Super fast, and colorful, and to the novice observer, they would not stand out as "out of place".

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8 years 4 months ago #32904 by Neo1
Tank-mates for Africans was created by Neo1
My question is sort of borderline (whether Cichlid or non-Cichlid), but I’m leaning for Cichlid as that variable cannot change. Understanding that this may be sacrilege, here it goes:

What species of fish have you had success with in keeping with Africans? Specifically, I have a tank of Malawi and may want to add some other species-mainly to utilize the top portion of the tank. Other than cats, are there any species that do okay in this type of set-up? And if so, what?

Brian

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