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Hi guys, I am planning stock for a 4x2x2. I am thinking the following but have a couple if questions.

5x Neolamprologus Multifasciatus

2x Neolamprologus Leleupi

9x Paracyprichromis Nigripinnis

9x Cyprichromis Leptosoma Ikola

9x Cyprichromis Sp. Leptosoma Goldfin.

What are your thoughts, too many fish? What are the chances of hybrid fry? I want to avoid them.

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I'm no Tang expert but I'd look at one larger individual group of the Cyprichromis for 2 reasons being they can produce hybrids and secondly being a schooling fish they would do better(as I've had recommended :beer: ) in groups of 12 or more for coloured up males and better activity levels so maybe a 1 variety larger group of 12-15 nice Cyprichromis might go better just my thoughts :pop2:

And my L.Attenuatus boy I have for sale for something different :eyebrows: lol (but really probably not a good mix with the Multis!) :bolt:

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Goldenswimmers is right the leptos will cross breed . 1 large group would be better . Iv never heard of the variants your looking at could you post some pics ? Rest looks fine just need plenty of rocks for the nigs to hide around an the leleupi can get aggressive also when breeding

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