I assume you're referring to dwarf Mbuna? IMO a group of Pseudotropheus saulosi could be kept in a minimum of a 30 long, but only as a species colony and only in the right ratio of males to females. Shawnie nailed it for most Mbuna though; they really should be kept in a 55 or larger.what about dwarf africans
remember , we give our advice for free...you can take our advice or listen to your pet store who want ALL your hard earned money..choice is ultimately yoursmy pet store said i could have 3-5 5 inch fish don't say there wrong theyve had 25 years of experience(how come you guys always say my pet store is wrong(not mine the one i go to))
my pet store said i could have 3-5 5 inch fish don't say there wrong theyve had 25 years of experience(how come you guys always say my pet store is wrong(not mine the one i go to))
Keeping fish is like having any other pet. Once they are yours, you are promising them that you will provide them with what they need for their ultimate happiness, well-being and good emotional and physical health.
please dont be rude to members trying to help youwhatev
GREAT idea...again, its your tank to do as you wish...and its your money to do with also....but please take the time to adhere to the advice as its a sad life for a fish in a tank where it will be killed or stunted...no animal should have to live like that because of humans wants.....its cruelokay i will research more