Most Aggressive Central American Cichlid.
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P.S. In general the Jack Dempsey is in another league and should probably be kept with goldfish and guppies and other worthless whimps.
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The green terror doesn't have a chance against any of them.
The jack dempsey male and the carpinte male got simular strength...
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Now, about keeping the Jack with the Africans...not an experience I would recommend to anyone. The wise people at Petco told me it would be a great idea and everyone would live happily ever after. They were way off. The people @ Petco are not the people that you should go to for advice on fish keeping. I was never told about cycling my tank and all the other things I needed to know about cichlids...SO I started to do research on the internet about what I can keep together and how to do it properly. That is where sites like this one come in handy...message boards are the best...
Now I want 3 tanks, 1 for Haps/Peacocks, 1 for Tang's, and one for New World...some day I will have em all!
Posted 20 June 2004 - 03:54 PM
Green Terrors and Jack Dempseys can hold there own in some cases depending on their personality. Some are really mean and others are not. I had a Dempsey that more than held his own against a Red Devil and a Jag but he eventually got out grown and I had to move him.
Make sure you have enough room (at least 180 gallons) and that should help with agression.
Posted 02 November 2004 - 07:20 AM
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