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I have a 75G tank.

Currently in the tank are:

18 Pseudotropheus demasoni
6 Labidochromis caeruleus

5 Labeotropheus fuelleborni - 1 Blue w/red dorsal Male and 4 OB females(arriving on wed.)
6 Pseudotropheus sp. "Acei" - (Yellow fin Acei getting picked up this sun)

That will give me 35 fish. Right now the largest thing in the tank are some of the Demasoni who at most are only a little over 2''. The Acei and Fuelleborni will arrive at around 2'' as well. Once they all grow I just want to make sure there is going to be enough room. Do these numbers seem ok to everyone? Right now theres a large Pleco and Catfish in there who are both coming out and getting replaced by a 2.5'' Pleco.

I do about 25% water changes everyweek and use a Eheim 2217 canister filter to filter the tank with a power jet added to help move the water around. I have several rock formation with tons of caves, tunnels, cliffs, and over hangs along with a DIY background with the priviously mentioned. It seems like they'll have more then enough nooks and crannies.

With everyone besides the Demasoni (because their in such a large group) I plan to have 1M and the other 5 or 4F. Obviously with their small size I can't do this yet but I plan to work with friends who are breeding to end up with that to keep aggression down and colors up!!! :D

Please throw in all of your wisdom!!! :thumb:
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