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-   -   Keyhole or Kribensis? (http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/cichlids/keyhole-kribensis-14217/)

loachmeister 04-29-2008 05:13 PM

Keyhole or Kribensis?
 
Hello all -- I'm currently cycling my 90L (23.8 gallon) community tank with some black neon tetras and pristellas. I am thinking of putting 1 or at most two peaceful cichlids - I've been reading heaps of articles and books, and they seem to recommend either Keyhole Cichlids or Kribensis. Ultimately, I'm thinking of having some kuhli loaches, a siamese algae eater, a top-dwelling fish and some corydoras to complete the tank.

What would you recommend? Thank you in advance!

herefishy 04-29-2008 07:56 PM

Keyholes, much more peaceful than kribs. Another fish to consider would be port cichlids, another SA dwarf.


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