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    Question Red empress with peacock


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    I know a red empress is a hap, but I have also read that it is a more aggressive hap. I think it is a beautiful fish. Can I put a red empress with a peacock if I raise them together at a young age?

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    I wouldn't, even if they get along at a young age they may end up picking on each other as they get older and firm in their 'territories'.

    20 gal tall - Helios - HM Betta Male (obtained around 03/2016), 1 zebra nerite, 8-10 cherry shrimp, 1-2 amano shrimp, Java Moss and crypto planted tank w/ Driftwood and Spider Wood

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    All depends on what size aquarium.....& what species of peacock.
    Water changes are the lifeblood of this hobby.

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    110 gallon tank. Do not have the peacocks yet, but thinking a dragon blood and lwanda. Just 2 males.

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    I know this is a month old, but just to throw my 2 cents in you will want to have many more fish than that. Why not go all male hap/peacock and get upwards of 30 fish? With good filtration and weekly maintenance that would be an amazing tank. You need larger numbers to spread aggression.

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