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Thread: Rock kribs ?

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    Just a ? Could u put rock kribs with nics and fire mouths and sev and reg kribs and one red hump earth eater. I don't know much about them. I just wondering I have a good setup and I don't want to upset the other fish thanks

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    I wouldn't. Fwiw rock kribs come from Africa, lake Victoria region and are probably better off with other similar African cichlids.

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    They're pretty similar to mbuna as far as disposition and general activity level. Not a good fish to mix with SA or CA species in general.

    ^^^^Please click the eggs/dragons, thanks...

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    That's what I was thinking I just wanted your guys outlook in it thanks

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    Has anyone here have any experience with Dovii cichlids. If so could you tell me how fast do they grow and share you're experience with them... Thanks in advance



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    Oh cool! I never saw these guys! Could rock kribs be another cichlid to add to a 90g west african biotope-type tank? With regular kribs and butterfly cichlids?

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    Rock kribs are from Lake Victoria, regular kribs are a river fish. Aside from the water conditions rock kribs are a completely different energy level as well. Not a good idea to mix those, the rock kribs would most likely dominate the tank at the expense of the other cichlids.

    ^^^^Please click the eggs/dragons, thanks...

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