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Pseudotropheus Acei

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    Reva
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    I have been looking at these guys for a couple of years now. I am wondering what “mildly aggressive” means specifically. Will they hurt Ctenopoma or Red New Guinea & Bosmani Rainbows ? I am excited to get my big tank this weekend, and am wondering if I can add these to the community safely? I am also guessing that if these can be added, then it will also mean that the Kribensis stay in the 189 liter. New tank is 568 liter

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    David Marshall
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    Hey Reva

    P. acei would, in my opinion, not mix with the fish you mention.

    My suggestion would be Pseudocrenilabrus philander philander.

    Regards David

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    Reva
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    QUOTE (David Marshall @ Aug 12 2009, 09:30 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hey Reva

    P. acei would, in my opinion, not mix with the fish you mention.

    My suggestion would be Pseudocrenilabrus philander philander.

    Regards David

    Thanks David! My hesitation proves to be a correct “gut instinct” about those Mbuna faces
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