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  1. Default Metriaclima callainos and pseudotropheus saulosi


    0 Not allowed!
    I was wondering if there would be an issue keeping these two together in a 55 gallon as the callainos bear a striking resemblance to the socolofi cousins of the pseudotropheus.

    I'm thinking a saulosi, callainos, yellow labs and a single male flame back pundamilia nyeri

    and call it stocked

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    0 Not allowed!
    I would say not much of a problem as long as your ratios are good say 1m 4f of each and it might be better to leave the flame back out just because single males dont usually work and they are from a different lake then the rest.

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    0 Not allowed!
    I've kept cichlids before and one was a jewel cichlid in my malawi tank. So it's very doable. But that time I had socolofi, labs, trawavasse, springerea and afra's but decided to get rid of them to go salty. I would do afras again but the female really stand out because they are so dull looking.

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