How many times have they spawned during this time???srook23 said:I'm not sure if I completely buy into the "one or many" rule. Only reason I say this is because I have had a much different experience.
I had about 20 demasoni in my tank at one time and then from an accident I lost almost all my fish. Only 3 dems survived. I ended up deciding against restocking with dems so I just left the 3 in there. They have been living in there happily for over 2 years now and not one problem at all.
Possibly I just got lucky.
The Brichardi will likely kill and/or terrorize everything else in the tank including non-pairing brichardi when they reach spawning age. I wouldn't recommend keeping them with labs or demasoni.daryls1 said:Hi, I am thinking of getting about 6 Pseudotropheus demasoni which are still quite young just under 1 inch.Would they be okay with my Labidochromis caeruleus and Neolamprologus brichardi's, which are about 1 inch.
I have a 260L Tank.