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Old 07-27-2015, 12:01 AM   #1
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135 'Murican Cichlids

So i might be getting either a 125 or a 135 and i was looking for some stocking ideas? They are 6 foot tanks so they should widen up my options considerably right??

Any ideas for communities of larger american cichlids? A 220 is a possibility as well but i font think it will come to fruition...

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Old 08-01-2015, 06:04 AM   #2
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Omg thanks for all those wonderful suggestions oh wait 😢😢


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Some nice murican setups out there. Keyholes, montezuma swordtails, etc.... Yellow labridens are an awsome rarer side fish. Just depends on what yer after.

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True.

I dont know much about them, but could a single dovii work?


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No dovii. You really need like a 220/240 to be comfortable. People cram them in 180s. You could do Cichlasoma Grammodes aka mini-Dovii, they have similar personalities. Don't expect to have your community dream with either.

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Ya i know... Im a fan of overstocking but i can totally agree that a Dovii, esp. a male, is too much.

I might try a jaguar breeding pair...

Although, this will only happen if i can actually get the tank... Which is not a big chance..


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