Hi everyone! I have an Mbuna tank (there are some haps too, a group of Livingstonii) I feed them a mix of NLS algae pellets and cichlid formula, usually by giving them a pinch of the algae and then more the cichlid formula - JUST to make sure they are getting their veggies The 'general' rule I see if you look around the net is feed what they will completely consume in 1-2 minutes. I usually sprinkle the food in back and forth so that its over a wide enough area they can all get some without climbing all over each other... but if I actually kept going for a minute or more I think they would eat until they explode. I have witnessed them before scooping up as many pellets as they can, taking it somewhere else in the tank, spitting them out and eating them as well, basically they will eat, and eat, and eat as far as I can tell. They always all search the ground all over the tank to pick up any scraps as well, but I am feeding 24 fish I would say a teaspoon, maybe more (I should measure...) a day. Whats the standard rules for mbuna, or any aggressive eating fish? I have usually just stopped once I know everyone has got some because A) I dont want to give them bloat, and B) I dont want to overfeed and ruin my water quality. Mbuna tank owners that feed pellets, what do ya do?!?!