Mixed all male, or breeding groups?
Let me rephrase the question then... are you going to add females or not? Until you decide which, suggesting stocking is a pointless endeavour.PortiaD said:It will probably be mixed m/f, I've been tossing around the idea of breeding but am not sold on it yet.
Yeah, those guys - borleyi if Copadichromis. D. compressiceps, A. christyi, Exochromis, almost any Protomelas would work. Large Placidochromis (johnstoni, milomo).fox said:cyrtocara, fossorochromis, champsochromis, copadichromis ...
These would work with a fusco inna 210 :thumb:
We have a 210 with mixed haps/ mbuna. You'd be surprised what you can fit in there. Innit are mostly peaceful haps, the fusco is more of a tyranochromis and can get assertive. In our 210 we stock:PortiaD said:>snip<
Also wondering how many adult fish (of that size) will fit in my 210gal tank?
Well, I am buying my fish as juveniles and thus far I seem to have an amazingly uncanny ability to pick females. In my peacock/hap tank it looks like I have managed to pick only 3 to 5 males...my fusco is still unknown, but appears to be female, as well. So unless my luck changes, or I start buying adults, I somehow doubt I'll have much trouble selecting more females for my 210gal when I'm ready.mokujin22 said:Because of this, more often folks go with all-male tanks or tanks with a few females and don't worry about trying to keep fry. It's easier to find random adult or decently-sized males than it is females.