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  1. #1

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    Hi All,
    I'm a neewbie in this group!! Ive returned to the hobby after many years away and at the moment have a 450 ltr Cichlid setup.......through some bad advice I've lost a lot of lovely fish and would like to seek some advice. My tank contains....
    1 Jaguar Cichlid
    1 Flowerhorn
    2 Jewels
    2 Geophagus
    2 Keyholes
    1 Kribensis
    1 Plectostimus
    1 Lelerpie
    1 Fire Mouth
    1 Electric Blue Jack Dempsy
    The stock is rather depleted at the moment as I suspect the Jaguar is having a few midnight feasts, he and the Flowerhorn are about too be re-homed The Ph remains around 7 to 7.5.

    My Question is......Once I've rehomed the Jaguar and the Flowerhorn I would like to keep more Jack Dempsy's with a view to breeding them. which of the above fish could I keep with the Jacks and what fish would make good companions for them ????

    Many Thanks

    Mike "T"

    Sorry about poor spellin !!

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    yeah, i imagine you are having a problem with this tank. this stock mix will not work. the krib grows to 4 in -he will not last, the lelerpie? is that a leleupi? if so, thats an african cichlid that likes high ph. it also grows to 3 inches. it will not last either.
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    2 jewels,2geophagus,2keyholes,1 dempsey-if you add dempseys to this group in a 125gal , there will be some deaths. tank will be overstocked by fish volumn/territorial requirements. the keyholes and geophagus and firemouth will lose.

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    IMO if you want to breed the Jacks I would get rid of all the other fish altogether. Save's you having trouble with deaths.

    mac

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    geos and firemouths are more peaceful while your flowerhorn and jag will bully them around (even in a 125)... pick one or the other (aggresive or peaceful) and restock accordingly for more stable compatibility.
    your friendly neighbourhood arowanaman!

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