m1ke715m wrote:I've got calvus and comps in my 125 gallon male mixed tank.. they dont fight and havent bred... any fry would get eaten in there anyways.. the calvus only seem interested in pushing the other calvus around.. the comps mind their own business.. theres only 2 bigger comps at the moment but they dont even bother each other.. I've got a number of comps and calvus growing out in a 40 breeder with a group of breeding lwanda peacocks and they dont fight either but they arent at that size yet where they really start murdering each other and i have alot of shells in there for them to hide in
Kind of reasuring its kind of like my six foot, a very mixed bag of fish. So far so good and hoping it will stay that way but on the look out for problems and guys that need separating.
I guess you are talking about the Altolamps using shells not the lwanda peacocks. Funny I found males to be totaly intollerant of each other but you may have more and have a stable balance.
Tanks 180, empty revamping 100,65,60g Tropheus/tang communities 75g revamping. 29gx3 shelly communities, 29g Trigs breeding. 20gx2 shelly tanks. BCA member 207. Try it you might like it.