It's about 2 1/2-3 inches right now. Should I still get a group of 5? She really likes to hang out around my Acara, lol. She follows him everywhere he goes.The Geophagus in those last few pictures is a Red Hump, Geophagus steindachneri, smaller than most of the true Geos. Also gets more aggressive, though your fish appears to be female so that wouldn't be as much of a problem. A big male might get 5-6 inches, but that is very uncommon; they generally top out around 4 inches. Very tolerant of hard water, found in Colombia and Panama. Not as social as the true Geos, males tend to like harems. They mouthbrood much like Lake Malawi Cichlids.
Ok, Imperial tropics has males or unsexed, but they're out of unsexed, so I'm going to order a male off of there, and then try and find 2 more females.Females do not have any color, the males are the ones you want to look at. I'd get a male and 1-2 more females.
Thank you so much for your input! The only things that would pair up are the angels. The red hump geos do a harem situation and the females mouth brood the eggs. And I have a tank for wounded angels to heal and recouperate if necessary.I'm not the greatest with American cichlids but the tank sure is large enough to house them all IMO. Just keep in mind that the cichlids may end up paring off, if which case fish that are not in a pair may get beaten up a bit so you may have to remove fish as they mature.