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  1. #11

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    This reminds me of a tank I saw on YouTube by the user "bolly123". It's an 8 footer with the type of rockwork that you describe. It looks awesome, you should check it out.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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    Sidenote I have watched lots of his youtube videos. He really seems to enjoy his african cichlids and even has how tos to make your own frozen food for them.

  3. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady10Godiva
    Sidenote I have watched lots of his youtube videos. He really seems to enjoy his african cichlids and even has how tos to make your own frozen food for them.
    Yeah he's definitely an excellent aquarist:) Very passionate about the hobby.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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    it seems labs are commonly housed with peacocks and haps why is that the only mbuna recommended? if they arnt what other mbuna is safe to do ?
    110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank

  5. #15

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    I'd say you would be better off picking one or the other. In an all male peacock/hap tank a male mbuna would probably just add more unnecessary aggression. It can be done though if your tank is very well maintained and the fish aren't stressed. However, they would need more hiding places than the strictly peacock/hap setup, and the layout you described doesnt really offer a plethora of caves.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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    Im going to show you the look im going for in my tank set up. I just asked because ive been browsing and seen multiple yellow labs in such setups so i googled that question and people say since labs are the less agressive of the mbunas that they are do able and since locally i lack variety and its not a good idea to put multiple of the same peacocks in the tank i was thinking i may have to add a lab, but yea here is the look im going for simple but satisfying.
    110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank

  7. #17

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    Yeah as long as the peacocks outnumber the labs they generally do well. That's a nice looking setup in the vid, very nice peacocks.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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