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Hi everybody, Im new here and also new with tropheus. i have a small group of 4 tropheus black sp leuba, size about 3 inch and 12 green murago, size 11/2 inch. can i keep them together in the same tank? 55 gallons for now.
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Hi everybody, Im new here and also new with tropheus. i have a small group of 4 tropheus black sp leuba, size about 3 inch and 12 green murago, size 11/2 inch. can i keep them together in the same tank? 55 gallons for now.
Yes u could but trophs are optimum to themselves, one species per tank. At that size tank your gonna need 25 or so of Tropheus, the more the merrier is true. Good luck.
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Haha i think i have around 6 to 7 species of trophs in my tank
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