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I have a 75 gallon tank with two breeding groups 1) one male peacock (sunshine) with four females 2) one male Placidochromis (star sapphire) with three females. i am thinking of adding either a third group, one taiwan reef a with three females or for addition color simply adding a couple of males like a male taiwan reef and maybe a Zimbawe Rock.

My question is should i leave well enough alone because the tank is very peaceful now or of the two options which would be the lesser risk of upsetting the balance?

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I wouldn't add any other fish to that group, you're pretty heavily stocked for a 75 gallon. If you feel like you just need to add another one, the lithobates would be the better option because they don't grow as big as the Taiwan reef
 

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Agree. Also given the fact that even the Placidochromis are on the large side for a 75G.
 
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