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  1. I have quite a few mouthfulls coming along. I was wondering if I put all the females with mouthfulls in 1 tank and let the fry emerge in their own time, how would that go ? Regards Paul.
  2. im doing a science assignment at school and i decided that it had do help me with my aquarium hobby so i decided on finding out how can i naturally change the chemistry of water. the reason ive put this topic in cichlid disscussion is because cichlids are the main fish that need there chemistry right. thanks you in advance and i will happily post finish assignment to help any new enthusiast. all types of water quality like PH, GH, KH and what ever else u can think of. if u could suggest a materials and what it does to the water chemistry, it would be greatly appreiciated. thank you
  3. Hi guys and girls, as the title states I am interested to find out at what size/age do peacock cichlids naturally get their adult colour? In particular I would like to know for blue peacocks as I am eagerly awaiting to see my fry get their adult colour. Feel free to comment on different species of peacocks or cichlids in general. I think it would be a valuable lesson to learn to figure out if species have been steriod colour fed in the local fish stores. Thanks for your time and all comments welcome.
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