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Old 02-04-2016, 04:39 PM   #1
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Tips on breeding cichlids?

I want to breed my African cichlids (I've already had one female hold for a bit but I think she swallowed them) my tank is an 80 gallon with peacocks and Mbuna. I don't have a separate tank to put the babies but I do have a breeder net. How can I get them to want to breed? I have a high ph and my temperature is at a steady 80 degrees F. If I let them naturally breed and not remove the babies how can I make it so the babies have a better survival chance in the main tank?
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