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I have angelfish, pseudotropheus demasoni, ps. saulosi, ps. socolofi, callipteras (I can never remember how to spell the first part of that.) electric yellows, ngara flametail peacocks, and a few others that I can't remember right now. What does everyone else keep, and what species have you had spawn?
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i once had rainbow cichlids and they bred.
but we had to get rid of them because they were beating up the other fish but they were sure nice! :(
 

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ghost716 said:
I have angelfish, pseudotropheus demasoni, ps. saulosi, ps. socolofi, callipteras (I can never remember how to spell the first part of that.) electric yellows, ngara flametail peacocks, and a few others that I can't remember right now. What does everyone else keep, and what species have you had spawn?
Tracy
Hope there not in the same tank.
 

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Angelfish, blue rams and discus.
Only a pair of gold angels have spawned so far.

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Malawis, Tangs, angelfish, blue rams, parrof cichlids, convict cichlids and kribensis.
 

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dlil said:
ghost716 said:
No, of course not. I have 17 tanks. Tracy
Tidy, what size are they and what do you keep in them?
Oops, missed this. I usually try to avoid answering questions about what size tanks I have and what I keep in them because unfortunately even with 17 tanks I need more big tanks, LOL. My largest is 90 gallons, and I am looking into a 150 for my frontosas, etc. You guys know how it is. But an overview I have a 90 gallon, 75 gallon, 2 55 gallons, 3 29 gallons, 2 20 gallons, and the rest are ten gallon grow out tanks. I keep a variety of african cichlids in the two large tanks, tetras and angels in the 55s, and plecos in all of my tanks. Tracy
 

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z24frank said:
were you able to bree the blood parrots?
As far as this goes, blood parrots tend to be sterile. Unfortunately, jellybean parrots are not. We actually do not encourage other hobbyists to breed hybrids further as this often decimates the purer strains.
I'm not a fan of parrot cichlids and flowerhorns personally. I honestly think that what they did like the lack of tails in some parrots is a cruel act.:redmad:
 
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