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I know my stocking choices are poor so Im trying to fix them. Mainly even out my male to female ratio to cut down on aggression.

Here is what I have; 1 male Labeotropheus fuelleborni, 1 male Auratus, 1 male orange blotched zebra, 1 Male Acei, 1 male Pseudotropheus socolofi, 1 male unknown(looks like a Cynotilapia afra), 1 female demasoni pombo, 1 female electric yellow, and 1 female red shoulder peacock.

My thoughts so far are to possible trade in the male Pseudotropheus socolofi for a female of some kind. As well as trade in the peacock for a female mbuma. Thanks for the help.
 

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What tank size? Gallons and footprint.

What is your goal - a tank of pretty fish, breeding - lots of aggression or a peaceful tank?

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gcsuthundercat said:
My thoughts so far are to possible trade in the male Pseudotropheus socolofi for a female of some kind.
Or maybe remove all females and go for an all-male tank. If you want mixed genders you would be looking to limit your species to three and stock 1m:4f of each (depending on the species).
 
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