05-08-2011, 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by andromaeda
I also disagree, my cousin had all male Mbuna species and the dominant one killed all of the others of his kind. The distribution is 1M:4F in any tank for this particular species. Also, with cichlids I agree with LasColinas on the point that if you don't want them to breed to go with all Female because they won't try to kill each other either. The brighter colors means they're trying to display their dominance, and a few invariably will get picked on to death.
Also, Yellow Labs and Pseudotropheus Acei look really pretty together and they don't really mess with each other, they eat the same foods and they compliment each other beautifully. (the acei have yellow fins).
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