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I wanted to try a Moorii but afraid of its adult size.noki said:There is no magic formula. You have avoided larger Haps which is probably smart.
You could add a few more Yellow Labs or Rusties to act as dithers.
true or close to true A. baenschi maybe worth a try.
P. phenocheilus, even thou close to the electra and hard to sex.
C. moorii, hard to sex and get pretty hefty but one would be okayish.
I have already kept them, with this tank I am trying to go with fish that i have never kept before.mattawan_cichlid said:Otopharnyx lithobates (Zimbabwe) are nice looking.
I don't want to mix lakes. I want this to be strictly a Malawi Hap/Peacock tank with the exception of one Labidochromis Caeruleus.Fogelhund said:What about a single Neolamprologus tretocephalus? Cyrtocara moori take a LONG time to grow big, I wouldn't let it hold you back.
I have seen some videos online of the Lethrinops Mbasi Creek and it is stunning...let me know if you find some.DJRansome said:I have the same concern about the O. tetrastigma (love mine BTW) and the Lethrinops. I was looking for a Mbasi for a darker color but can't find any in the US.
I keep changing my mind on that one. :-?
I would say too aggressive as I've had cynotilapia kill peacocks.Mudkicker said:How would a single male C. Afra Jalo Reef fair in this tank?