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Old 02-18-2014, 09:22 PM   #1
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What are these 2?

Saw him at the lfs. I know is risky going somewhere where it's marked assorted cichlids but as I'm looking for electric yellows and red zebras they're pretty easy to id. Anyway I saw this awesome black one in there. Didn't get him but if we can ID him and he'll work in my tank I'll probably pick him up on Saturday.

The second one I really like to but am guessing it's a Peacock?
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Old 02-18-2014, 09:33 PM   #2
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First ones white tail acei I reckon and the other maybe juvie hybrid peacock or possibly albino can't tell you for sure
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I agree. The acei could work but tossing it in w those bigger fish is risky. If say no on the peacock.
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Thanks guys. I'll stick with the yellows and reds. They were around 2 inches and these 2 are about 1 so I feel better with the slightly bigger ones anyway.

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One more quick question. They had Cobalt Blue zebras as well as reds. From what I've found, these should be okay in the tank too correct?

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Yes I think you will be ok
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:27 AM   #7
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For sure they're Whitetailed Aceis I have some myself and get along well with my electric yellows
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