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Old 07-27-2012, 06:17 PM   #11
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Thats what I would get
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Old 07-27-2012, 06:54 PM   #12
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Thats what I would get
Ok r they easy to take care of
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Yellow Labs are a great starter mbuna and are on the low end of the aggression scale but kenyi can be highly aggressive I wouldn't reccomend them to begin with. You could do a group of mbunas like yellow labs and electric blues
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If you have the yellow lab I would get peaceful african cichlids like kribs. Generally you want all the fish in your tank to have the same temperment.
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Old 07-27-2012, 09:04 PM   #15
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If you have the yellow lab I would get peaceful african cichlids like kribs. Generally you want all the fish in your tank to have the same temperment.
What if I get 3 electric blues and 3 electric yellows
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If its all males that'll be fine or you could do 1 male of each and three females of each for two breeding groups but you'll need a 55 gallon or bigger preferably
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If its all males that'll be fine or you could do 1 male of each and three females of each for two breeding groups but you'll need a 55 gallon or bigger preferably
Ok I'll post what size tank I get when I buy one
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If its an option get a 75 they are great tanks
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If its an option get a 75 they are great tanks
+1 they really are a great newbie tank, it may sound like a lot but the larger body of water helps keep the lvs in check, as well as provides countless stocking options.

Not only for the new to the hobby, but even later when you have been in the hobby for a while and want to try the harder fish to keep.
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Old 07-28-2012, 03:55 PM   #20
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+1 they really are a great newbie tank, it may sound like a lot but the larger body of water helps keep the lvs in check, as well as provides countless stocking options.

Not only for the new to the hobby, but even later when you have been in the hobby for a while and want to try the harder fish to keep.
Srry guys wasn't able to get a big tank I got a 25 and two 10 gallons
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