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I am setting up a 150 gal.48"x24"x30" tall can someone let me know which of these fishes can go together?

Yellow fin Mbamba
Albino Auratus
Auratus
Aurora
Bumble bee
Chalosi
Clown lab
Cobalt blue zebra
Dakarti Yellow acei
Demasoni
Electric yellow
Flavus
Giant Demasoni
Greberi
Maingano
Orange johani
Red top cobalt
Red top dwarf
Red top hongi
Red top ndumbi
Red top zebra
Red zebra
Rusty
Snow white
Socolofi
Solid electric yellow
White tail acei
Zebra long pelvic mdoka
Fire fish dragon blood
Albino eureka red
Aulonocara rostratum
Blue neon chiwindi
Eureka red jake
German red
Lemon jake
Maleri island peacock
Otter point jake
Red top lwanda
Rubescens
Strawberry
Sunburst
Sunshine peacock benga yellow
Swallowtail
Usisya flavescent
Walteri
Albino compressiceps
Albino Taiwan reef
Aristo yellow blaze (Zimbabwe rock)
Azureus
Big spot hap
Borleyi red fin
Dimidiochromis compressiceps
Exochromis anagenys
Hap fusco
Hap ovatus/Hap sulfer head
Imperial tigress
Livingstonii
Makonde yellow-black fin
Ndiwe fire hap
Polystigma
Red blaze lithobates
Rhoadesii
Super red empress fire hap
Super VC-10 hap
Taiwan reef
Tangerine tiger
Trout cichlid
Turqoise hap
Tyrannochromis macrostoma
Venustus
White blaze chrysonotus
Yellow blaze virginilis
Anchor island
Astatotilapia calliptera
Black orange nyererei
Dayglow cichlid
Flameback
Half crimson red
Hap sp. â€Â
 

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Or alternately, try to pick a species you really must absolutely have - then it will be a lot easier as people can then narrow down what can be kept with that species in that size tank...
 

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Or at least choose a lake. :lol:
 

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biglove said:
Bit of an extensive list. Try this chart to help narrow it down:

http://www.cichlidrecipe.com/cichlidcha ... hchart.htm
Unfortunately not a useful tool.

As far as the list..... Many of the fish are not compatible... but the list is too extensive to even find a starting place.

Pick a starting point, mbuna, peacocks, haps, Tanganyikans... which one? All male single of each type, breeding groups?
 

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woah! that's quite a list you got there hmmm lets see...nope, I got nothin lol. I agree with the above post, pick the fish you want the most and let us know so we can work with it. lol.
 
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