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    If they've settled down already then it was more than likely a small territory dispute or dominance issue. Overstocking isn't a cure all for mbuna aggression. Mbuna aren't stupid and if they want to chase a specific fish, they will. That being said, you shouldn't really have too many problems with so few fish in an 80 gallon.
    150 Gallon Malebo Pool Biotope - P. interruptus, C. acutirostre, S. casuarius, S. tinanti, S. nigriventris[/COLOR]





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    Adding one fish at a time to a tank is big risk try adding three at a time to spread newcomer hostility.


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