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Old 01-23-2012, 12:37 AM   #11
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Go with all three just try to aim for same size or close u should b fine make sure to keep plenty of hiding spots. I have a lot of diff cichlids n my tank including Texas and jacks an convicts etc good luck an post pics especially if u go with green terrors they r sum of my favs lol
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O and from my experience the terrors grow VERY slow and are not that aggressive but that's just from MY experience
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Old 01-23-2012, 01:02 AM   #13
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just re-read this thread and not that it has anything to do with my question but i am a she.


ok so im debating between firemouths, convicts or green terror


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I think the green terrors would be very cool.
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Old 01-23-2012, 08:07 AM   #14
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Go with all three just try to aim for same size or close u should b fine make sure to keep plenty of hiding spots. I have a lot of diff cichlids n my tank including Texas and jacks an convicts etc good luck an post pics especially if u go with green terrors they r sum of my favs lol
all three????
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Sure didn't u say they would b n a 180g tank? I think they would b just fine as long as they have plenty of hiding spots and u do reg tank maintenance. Like I said b4 I have lots of diff types of cichlids n my 150 and I still have a few more I plan on adding to the mix! I think as long as u do ur homework and don't get lazy in the upkeep u will have happy healthy fish again I'm no expert by far this is just my opinion but good luck and post pics!
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Old 01-23-2012, 12:51 PM   #17
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wait one more question, i was hoping to do pairs, so should i just do one pair or can i do one pair of two of the three
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I say go for it just b prepared for the babies lol I have sum convicts that wont stop having babies!!! But luckily for me (unluckily)for them a few of the surviving babies from the 1st batch help to um......keep the #s down So wat would u like to get pairs of if u don't mind me bn nosey
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honestly i don't know. i think they all look really nice
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Yea they do I think it would b interesting to breed the terrors but that's just me lol but good luck with watever u decide I can't wait to see how everything goes and looking forward to seeing the new tank
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