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Old 03-09-2014, 06:58 PM   #1
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Cichlid agression

Well after rearranging my 75 several times my dragon blood still remains the boss of my tank. Heres my current stock.

Ruby Red - male
Benga yellow - male
Yellow ob - male
Pink n blue ob - male
Sunshine - male

Yellow lab pair
Blue zebra - female

Blue alhi - male
Ventusus- male

Frontosa - male

They all get along except for him. Im not looking to give him up. Thinking my next best option is to get rid of the females then maybe he will calm down?

Does anyone have this problem w their Dragon Blood?

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Old 03-09-2014, 11:25 PM   #2
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I don't think the females would matter. Unless i I read wrong the females u have are mbuna and not peacocks. So I doubt the peacock aggression would curb. Maybe take him out for a day or trade him in. Either way a new boss will likely take over. That's what I normally see. Unless there's Injuries id just let him be a boss!
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