- - Malawi cichilds.
|MrBishop ||01-02-2010 07:56 AM |
Can i mix my malawi's with any other species? if so what?
|willow ||01-02-2010 11:05 AM |
what were you thinking of adding ?
|MrBishop ||01-02-2010 01:46 PM |
Parrots or some discus. maybe some angles.
|willow ||01-02-2010 02:24 PM |
oh ok.........well no would be the answer to that one then.
the mabuna would make short work of those IMO.
best to keep them species only.
anyone else like to add to this ?
|MrBishop ||01-02-2010 02:39 PM |
ok thanks, what does mbuna mean? thanks
|MrBishop ||01-02-2010 03:30 PM |
Also. can i mix them with tanganyika?
|mollies ||01-02-2010 03:52 PM |
Ok mbuna malawi's and tanganyikas are all african cichlids. I wouldnt recomend adding other kinds of fish with african cichlids. All tho i have seen it done. Now with that said. what did you have in mind on a stoking list? and how big is your tank.
|MrBishop ||01-02-2010 03:55 PM |
any types of colourfull fish. its a 65 gal
|mollies ||01-02-2010 03:59 PM |
Hey just looked at your tank under your aquariums. An read your signature. If i were you i would only add like Maybe 3 to 4 more cichlds. The ones you have now will get to 4 to 5 inchs. minus the Maingano they will get 3 to 3.5 inchs. The acei's could get 6 inchs.
|mollies ||01-02-2010 04:02 PM |
Kennyi's are pretty. Elongatus Likoma. There are all shorts of them you will have to read and research the web. We will answer any questions you have. Livefishdirect.com will give you some info on the fish there.
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