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    I thinking of getting some definite yellows in my tank so im starting to consider yellow labs in my peacock hap tank. I know those ans acei are pretty much the only mbuna thats suggested in a peacock hap tank the acei are not in question i have enough blue should i do it ? Im also looking for a weekly treat for my guys and im scared to what i can give them with a clean conscience. I want to give them blood worms once or twice just on the weekends is that ok ? what else is good for the weekends ? I want maybe two or three. It doesnt just have to bee junk food it could bee veggies also to change it up every now and then.
    110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank

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    For haps and peacocks, bloodworms as a weekly treat should be fine.
    African cichlid and saltwater aquariums

    http://www.rowelab.com/AquaControlle...9&scope=last24

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    Agree with the above but you could look up some nice homemade mbuna treats/food on the internet. Most include garlic and brine shrimp, etc. If you feed bloodworms DON'T overdo it and either frozen or FD work just fine IM. Also, if you got labs I think you'd have to add a larger group of them.

    Bolly123 on youtube has a video on some homemade food. Just remember garlic is really good for them.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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    How bout live ? no good ?
    110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank

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    Today i bought frozen Krill and BloodWorms and im going to feed them accordingly let me know if this may be too much..
    My Weekly Feeding Schedule:
    Mon-Fri 2x/A day two different pellets
    Sat 1x pellets 1x Krill
    Sun 1x pellets 1x BloodWorms

    So basically 2 feedings 1 of each on the weekends weekly. Too Much ?
    110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank

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