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FS - Breeding group of seven F1 Geophagus argyrostictus.
There are 5 in total 2 females 3 males.
female's are aprox 6 inches in size males are aprox 8 inches.
$100 for the group Located in Victoria.
shipping available to Vancouver VIA Harbor Air


 

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very minimal compared to other chiclids they give chase to other fish and that is pretty much where the agression stops.
 

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Do they dominate one end of the tank with their breeding or do they just spread out everywhere?
Potentially they would go in a 180 standard footprint with lots of plecos and 2 8" Chocolate cichlids.
 

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they definatly don't dominate a pair will protect there spawn. They definatly
spread out they would go well with a chocolate chiclid in fact the chocloate chiclid would be more aressive then they would.
 

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would depend on the discus I guess I keep tapajo's with discus no problem.
I would think they would be fine as long as you had the tank space.
 

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would depend on the discus I guess I keep tapajo's with discus no problem.
I would think they would be fine as long as you had the tank space.
They get big eh? How big? I've got a 90 gallon planted tank with 6 discus.

Probably pushing it.
 

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They are fully grown I would say that you would need at least a 125 to mix them with discus. They would be fine on there own in a 90
 
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