Lake Malawi Species • Predator/Cruiser tank Poll:Buccochromis, F rostratus...?

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Poll ended at Mon May 21, 2007 10:30 pm

F. rostratus (3 males + 6-9 females)
4
20%
Buccochromis lepturus/rhoadesii (3 males + 6-9 females)
4
20%
Tyranochromis nigrinter (3 males + 6-9 females)
3
15%
Protomelas spilonotus Likoma/Mara rock (4 males + 8 females)
0
No votes
P. phenochilus+C. Borleyi kadango (3males of each + 6 females of each)
4
20%
O. lithobates (6-8 males+ 12-14 females)
2
10%
C. azureus (6-8 males + 12-14 females)
3
15%
 
Total votes : 20

Postby Fogelhund » Sat May 05, 2007 3:14 pm

In my experiences, Buccochromis are a very aggressive Hap.
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Postby ReptileJK » Mon May 07, 2007 4:51 pm

I've got T. nigriventer, and they are in my top three favs. Also have some Champsochromis, which I also absolutely love. I'd go with those, personally. The Champs are largest and definately aggressive. I have a feeling, though, that if the Tyrants were larger....they'd be just as bad.

BTW, you've got a great problem (a huge empty tank and the sky's the limit on what to fill it with....if only I was having that problem right now :) ).

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Postby Something Fishy » Mon May 07, 2007 8:33 pm

Your tank is big enough for any one breeding group and probably two of the less aggressive type. If you do a Buccochromis group then i would suggest many females for one male.

If breeding isn't important to you then you might want to consider an all male setup, that way you could have more variety and color with less aggression.

Good luck! :thumb:
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