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Old 12-13-2015, 03:13 PM   #1
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I have a mangano and it is holding but the only other mbuna in the tank is a acei.will those to breed?all other fish in the tank are peacocks.


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If they are the only other Mbuna then yes they will breed.


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To be honest I'm not 100% sure if peacocks and Mbuna can breed but I don't think so


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Ya I didn't ether.


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Any mouthbrooder can and will breed with any other mouthbrooding species. This is the main reason why there are so may hybrids with African cichlids.
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Any mouthbrooder can and will breed with any other mouthbrooding species. This is the main reason why there are so may hybrids with African cichlids.
Surely this doesn't include mouthbrooding SA's though, does it?

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Surely this doesn't include mouthbrooding SA's though, does it?

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No, only African cichlids.
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Thanks I didn't know that.


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No, only African cichlids.

The Whores of the Cichlid world haha


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Yes she is,they should all get eaten so it won't be all bad.


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