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Old 11-22-2014, 11:05 PM   #1
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Jalo reef

On Craigslist there are some of these for sale and I'm not finding much on the Internet about them. Does anyone have any experience with them?

Here's the link Cyn. Afra Jalo Reef Cichlids- $3 ea.


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Anyone? Would a trio work in a 20L


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They're just like any other mbuna, territorial and will be even more aggressive when breeding. Check out the video in my signature, it's my former 55 gallon tank which had a group of Jalo Reef.

My liter to gallon conversion isn't so great, but isn't 20L equivalent to 5G? If so, that's WAY too small for any african cichlid. A trio of mbuna should be in at least a 150L tank, which is 30 gallons or so I think.
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I was referring to a 20 gallon long


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Yes, they are mbuna cichlids highly territorial omivorous mostly herbivours though and they prefere a PH of 7.2 to 8.0 they a rock dwellers mouth brooders and you can sex them by venting


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