Will these fish work together?

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by Stweeter, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. S

    Stweeter New Member Member

    I currently have
    3 borsmani rainbows
    4 blood parrots
    2 blu ahlis
    Large pleco
    Leporinus facioutis (trying to get rid of)

    I'd like to add-

    Aulonocara Lwanda peacock
    Eureka red peacock
    German red peacock
    Sunburst peacock
    Red Top Galliraya.
    Rubescens
    Letheinhops intermedium
    Fire fish peacock
    Petricola catfish
    Ivory mioto

    I don't nesicarily want to add them all at the same time but eventually would like to have them all.

    I'm running a 75gallon tank with lace rock, sand, 250w heater, eheim 2217 and the national geographic led light. Wouldn't mind adding a sump at some time.

    And information you have would be very helpful
     
  2. Dom90

    Dom90 Fishlore VIP Member

    You should not mix African cichlids with community fish such as the boesemani rainbowfish. You need to pick 2-3 species of cichlids and have proper male to female ratios in order to avoid problems. LeoDiaz


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  3. LeoDiaz

    LeoDiaz Fishlore VIP Member

    Blood parrots are SA cichlids i wouldnt mix them with africans you will have to home them to be able to get other africans.
     
  4. OP
    OP
    S

    Stweeter New Member Member

    So if I get rid of my besemani and blood parrots I could put all the other fish together? Considering I have a good male to female ratio
     
  5. LeoDiaz

    LeoDiaz Fishlore VIP Member

    No you cant you can only have 3 species in a 75 1male 5/6 females for each species. So if you rehome those extras you can choose 3 species only.
     
  6. jdhef

    jdhef Moderator Moderator Member

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