Acei get pretty large when full grown, some will recommend upgrading them to a 75 at that point.JStroke said:I have no intention of wanting or keeping red zebra/yellow lab offspring.
I'm really just looking for the most color possible for species that get along.
I already have labs and I like acei, will probably get those soon.
Just a bit uncertain where to go from there.
I would fight the urge to add a single socolofi - either go for the estherae or the socolofi for three species and call it a day.JStroke said:I'll look into socolofi a bit more. I really like the look of them.
If I'm not interested in breeding, is it bad to add 3 red zebras and 1 socolofi to the existing 3 labs and 3 acei?
Not arguing with you, but Yellow labs & Red Zebras also have very different body shapes and slightly different colours - doesn't stop them.Glaneon said:Their body shape/color is a bit different
At the risk of going waaaay off topic, in my opinion (which counts for nothing) I think most mbuna have similar body shapes, but greatly different skull and jaw shapes - which is where I see the most obvious difference between Labidochromis & Metriaclima.Glaneon said:You really think a Yellow Lab & RZ have different body shapes?