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Ok, have a 75 gallon, cycled and ready, running a 29 gallon sump. Considering the following stock list.

1:3 Enlongatus "chewere"
1:3 Iodotropheus sprengerae (Rusty)
1:3 Cynotilapia afra (Jalo Reef)
1:3 Williamsi blue lips
1:3 cherry red zebra
1:3 ndumbi red top
1:5 or 2:4 Saulosi

That's 30 fish, I am wondering if that is too many. Also, I know we can't mention vendors on the forum, but if anyone has a recommendation for an online store to order mbuna from, it would be greatly appreciated, just PM me.
 

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Myself, I would not go with more than 4 species with a 1:3 or 1:4 ratio.
 

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Further I would no go with more than 4 species (depending on the species) and 1m:4f ratio.

I would skip the ndumbi entirely and choose only one blue barred species.
 
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