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    Hi to all, Im thinking of changing from Malawis to Tangs. I have a 255ltr tank and want some help with my stocking,is it possible to have these together?? Lamp Leleupi,Lamp Brevis,Juli Dickfeldii and Cyprichromis Leptosoma???

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    Leleupi are quite aggressive little fish. Mine butchered the julies I had in the same tank. They may or may not do well with brevis, it's worth a shot. The cyps should be fine since they won't bother leleupi or julies in the rockwork.
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    I used to think I knew all these rules. That was until I actually got a tanganyika tank. Now I don't know. Cichlids are going to behave how they want and be damned what any book or wright-up says lol. You just have to stock your tank and see what happens, then remove/replace what doesn't work. Its really the only way.

    But baseline the stock you listed sounds fine, just have lots of rock and add some shells for the brevis.

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