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Old 09-07-2009
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What cichlids could I add to a 90 gallon four foot tank of twelve adult Cyprichromis Utintas? These are breeding fish and I would like them to keep breeding. I strip the females and the fry get raised elsewhere.
I was wondering if Enantiopus kilesa would be compatible and have enough room.
I am open to other Lake Tanganyika or Malawi choices as well.
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with my utinta's i housed,dewindtis(featherfins),kilesa's,black calvus,julies,and some lulupi,no issues tank was up or 2+ yrs,i got converted to my kachese tank,the utintas were definataly my favs out the cyps,then the black bees...................with tangs its more species on species you gotta worry about........................
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Old 09-09-2009
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WOW there's so many Tangs that would work well.... does anything specifically catch your eye to try?
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