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I'm interested in stocking my new 4' 60 gallon with all male Peacocks. Rather than buying a bunch of small juveniles that I'd have to rehouse over the course of a year, I'd like to purchase different males that are already about 3". I have a good local breeder that I can purchase from at a good prices, and I have a second tank I can place a fish in temporarily if there are aggression problems. I was wondering how realistic this method is for a successful Peacock tank. Also, about how many at this size should I introduce into the tank to start and how many should I ultimately stock to keep aggression down? I'm ok with lots of filtration and water changes if overstocking the tank will minimize aggression.