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Old 02-15-2012, 04:23 PM   #11
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Hi as far as i understand lake Malawi is basically loads of cichlids from that lake and hoping to spread the aggression around? Lake Tanganyika is generally a little less 'aggressive'?
Some of my idea's for my next projects are = a better designed planted set up.
A marine tank - FOWLR {Fish Only With Living Rock}
An oddball tank with a few bigger fish,but not nesserary from the same biotope?
Breed swordtails again.
Also of course there are river type set ups - loads of water flow with fish that like loads of flow too many fish not enough tanks
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Different Malawis are more terrortorial than others.. They are not aggressive, the terrortorialness makes them look it.. There are very terrortorial ones, and less ones.. Keep more aggressive ones together and more timid ones together.. They should be ok, but always.. ALWAYS.. Research the fish before buying them, and make sure there are loads of hiding places for them
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Different Malawis are more terrortorial than others.. They are not aggressive, the terrortorialness makes them look it.. There are very terrortorial ones, and less ones.. Keep more aggressive ones together and more timid ones together.. They should be ok, but always.. ALWAYS.. Research the fish before buying them, and make sure there are loads of hiding places for them
Thank you very much!! Very much appreciated!
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