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My cynotilapia afra (likoma) don't seem to want to color up in my 75, and I know why, they are in with Labeotrpheus trewavasae (zimbawe) and metriaclima elongatus (chewere).

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if i move the likoma to my 125 with
labeotropheus fuelleborni (charo), tropheops elongatus (boadzulu), white tail acei, and move the cynotilapia sp mbamba (mpanga rocks) from the 125 to the 75, do you think they will each color up? or will I still have trouble with the likoma
 

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Difficult to guess. Do you think the Elongatus chewere is the main intimidator of the afras? What's your m:f of the afras, chewere, and trewavasae?
 

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1 4 for all

the only thing is that I have never had them color up properly to know which is the male likoma. but i go them from a good dealer who has always picked the right fish for me and they were already adults, so i doubt he made a mistake and got me the wrong sexes

the chewere is the closest in color to the likoma of all my fish
 
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