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Old 12-03-2012, 09:08 AM   #11
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:17 AM   #12
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I'd say I'd agree with what Was said before. The one with the spot is the OB and the plain red/orange one is the regular.
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Ok we'll I bought them together and they were in the same tank at the pet store and they act fine together. But what other kind of fish can I mix with them?
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Ok we'll I bought them together and they were in the same tank at the pet store and they act fine together. But what other kind of fish can I mix with them?
Read threw the article I posted above it will help you more now to read it then what can be said in one short paragraph here. Here's a couple little quick notes
-Just because they are put together in stores doesn't mean they can be together long term. A little research on your part looking up fish "profiles" will go a long way. Note the aggression behavior and size of each one.

-You should only stock lake Malawi mbuna with mbuna.
- you should only stock them if they don't reach over 5".
- only mild aggressive should be stocked together or aggressive together and so on and so on.
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Here is a profile for the one "red zebra"
http://www.cichlid-forum.com/profile...es.php?id=1730

If you go to the link below you can search for all. The first thing I would do if your not going to order online is see what all the lfs can get. Then get a list from them and go home and look them up to figure out what all you can have or keep with the others.
http://www.cichlid-forum.com/profiles/
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Ok thank you.
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Ok thank you.
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I will I don't want my lil guys getting hurt or anything!!
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