Good points, however i would think he has almost 2 years before he may need to worry about the Fronts eating others, considering their growth rate no?Fogelhund said:It is an interesting tank, but unlikely to be sustainable. Probability suggests that the pulcher will spawn and attempt to push the rest of the fish to the corners, or kill them.
Having just one rock structure in the middle of the tank increases the probability of the pulcher being problematic.
What is the length of this tank?
I would divide the rocks up into two or three separate territories to start. Try and see if you can beat the odds. The other problem, assuming things get that far, is the frontosa could easily eat the leleupi and pulcher once they mature.