01-09-2012, 01:02 AM
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Originally Posted by bubbles1
I know it sounds kinda cruel but it's kinda true :$ Im gonna purchase a 55 gallon Mbuna tank and other Africans, but since this tank is generally Mbuna they can and most likly will breed. I personally don't have room for these babies!! But I'd keep some, maybee one or two of the nice ones! Or maybe sell some of the more expensive ones, but is there a cichlid or compatible fish that can maybe eat them in the tank? Because I just don't have elsewhere for them!! If anyone has suggestions as what to do?!?!
Thanks for all help!
With a laregr tank ,say 75 gal minimum,you could possibly place four or five Synodontis Multipunctatus in with the cichlids. These fish have a unique way of breeding that might keep fry number's in check and they share similar water chemistry.
55 gallons would be a bit on the small side in my view for both the Mbuna and the catfish mentioned .