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Hi all, new user and first time poster!

I'm currently cycling my new 120x50x50cm tank, and I would love to stock with some Peacock Cichlids. All male would be lovely, but based on things I've read I would like to avoid infighting and removal/ replacing fish as much as possible. I'm fairly new to the hobby and this will be my third tank, perhaps this is just a hurdle for me to overcome!

Nonetheless I've seen advice on having 3 males of different colourations with around 5 females for each. I feel like this might create a lovely biotope, but is this viable? Might it still cause issues with aggression, or excessive fry?

Many thanks indeed all for any thoughts.
 
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