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When you add more then one and get a male. They will indeed tear up the tank, rearange your plant, and dig pits in the sand. You should be ok with just a couple fake plants, I wouldnt do real as they will eat most real. The are vegatarian. The Peacocks's are a little less agressive then most other Mbuna's, Malawi's.
What kind of dwarf cichlids? If it was an American dwarf cichlid of some type, I'm not surprised at all. For mbuna tanks I think it's good to have a decent amount of front-to-back depth in the tank as that allows for more substantial rock formations. I think a 40g breeder might be better than a longer tank. That said, if you could get a 75g, you'd really be in business.
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Well I got an email from a buddy who just happens to want to upgrade to a 90 gallon this winter which means he needs to sell his 65 bowfront. If thats still up for grabs I'm taking it! I'm just nervous about getting a bigger tank, stacking rocks then having them fall and break the tank or squish the fish.
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