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What breed of peacocks will color up even with a dominant male in the tank? I have A. baenschi, A. Jacobriebergi, S. fryeri and was wandering if there were no females in the tank would they color up together? Tank is 125 with plenty of hiding places and caves. If they won't color up together what would be some good tankmates that will color up[already have 1 yellow lab] like red empress or Taiwan reef. Just curious, could I put some more mbuna and what kind that wouldn't affect the peacocks?
 

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I think you are experiencing the typical problem with all male tanks for which there are no easy answers. Have you read the All Male article in the library? I think it's trial and error.
 

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depending on which type you already have, jacobs could be many.. Look for different colours as well as types for your best chance of a peacock obtaining colour with other lrg peacock males in the same tank. Your 125g should be able to handle a well planned out all male set up, avoid females at all cost and again stock 1 ea of different colours and type.
 
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