I had my Yellow Labs with blue rams, gourami's, and barbs with no problems, however it was my experience and not a rule to the species, most will say no, I believe you try it and just keep an open eye. My wife has barbs(green tiger, tiger, gold, cherry), convicts, dempsey's, and a juvi flowerhorn all together and its suprisingly peaceful. hope this helps some.
i'd have to agree with dirtydutch4x, but I would reccomend getting the labs as small as possible.... in my experience, young fish's aggression is detirmined partly by their species and by their ecosystem. I had a batch of wild type baby mollies (same mom & age), some of which i kept with baby africans. the babies with the africans became the world's meanest mollies!!! good luck with your experiment!
pretty much all of my fish are bought as small as possible and i try to grow them out with variety of fish, more than a year in and the only problems ive faced are my JD's going at each other, all the different types leave each other alone.
I have yellow labs in my african cichlid tank, and they are the ONLY ones that dont fight, and they are rather docile for cichlids, so i think it should be fine. But every fish has its own personalty ay....
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