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Rearranging your tank can help aggression or make it worse. It is not my first step toward managing aggression.

What are the dimensions of your tank? What is your stock list?

Meanwhile I would remove the victim fish for now.
 

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Rearranging your tank can help aggression or make it worse. It is not my first step toward managing aggression.

What are the dimensions of your tank? What is your stock list?

Meanwhile I would remove the victim fish for now.
Rearranging your tank can help aggression or make it worse. It is not my first step toward managing aggression.

What are the dimensions of your tank? What is your stock list?

Meanwhile I would remove the victim fish for now.

I have 5 Metriaclima callainos. Sizes range from 4in to 11.5in. The tank dems are 65gal, 36l x 25h x 18d. They all mostly just hang in the rock wall. Rarely see them.
 

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Thanks. PM sent. Tank is too small, but if you make sure you don't have more than one male (but keep 4 females) then filling the tank completely with rocks will help and is an ideal way to keep mbuna in any tank. Mbuna means rock fish.
 
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