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    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justanothernoob

    Lab_Rat - I thought the Sunshine Peacock was one of the non-aggressive cichlids? These fish are apparently 'unsexable' - what does that mean?
    Sunshine peacocks may not be as aggressive as mbuna, but they're still aggressive fish and not suited for a community. I keep mine with other african cichlids.

    They most certainly are sexable, since they are sexually dimorphic. The males are a bright yellow with a blue/purple face, the females are a dull brownish color. It may be hard to tell when they are young though since the colors come with maturity.
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    thanks Lab_Rat - shame the wee buggers are so aggressive, those Peacocks do look mighty purrrrrty!

    Have added in to the tank today 2 x male Blue Lacustris, 2 x male Dwarf Neon Gouramis and 1 male Kribensis. So far they're all playing happily ;o)

    Will leave it at that for a week or so to let the tank settle.

    So is the rule of thumb to keep cichlids with cichlids?

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