Blue Peacock Cichlid compatibility with Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish

The photo is a six-month ago male Blue Peacock. This fish has an interesting history and pedigree.
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Albino Blue Peacock
In April 2005 we acquired some albino peacocks from Andy Moses in Austin. Additionally, periodically a few albinos showed up in our Blue OB peacocks. We took these latter fish and mated them to the albinos from Andy to yield a nice Albino Blue Peacock. This strain, like many albinos, is not as fecund as the rest of our peacocks. We keep working with it in hopes of developing a more fertile line of albinos.
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Sky Blue OB Peacock is an aquarium strain of a peacock cichlid from Lake Malawi in eastern Africa. It is an aquarium strain of uncertain origin. We developed this color strain from a selection of our Blue-OB Peacock strain. We began developing this color strain in 2005. Males often reach 15cm (6 in.). Females are considerably smaller. Males are colorful with sky blue and yellow-pink bodies and fins. Females have a brown-gray background body coloration with yellow highlights and blackish mottling. This fish’s ancestors hail from Lake Malawi in eastern Africa. I have a male and female Blue Peacock along with a variety of other brightly colored Peacocks. They are outstanding fish!
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We ordered two blue peacock cichlids from LiveAquaria last year, and both are beautiful fish. One has emerged as the alpha fish of the tank and does chase and beat up on the other blue peacock as well as other male fish. I'd definitely suggest ordering only one male. However, the alpha fish is by far the most beautiful blue peacock I've seen, and I receive many compliments on his looks. LiveAquaria has high quality fish and excellent customer service. I'm very pleased with all of the fish I've ordered. Yellow Lab - This species of fish is endemic to Lake Malawi in East Africa. Though the yellow color morph is most popular in the aquarium trade, the white and blue morphs are more common in the wild. Yellow Labs are a fairly peaceful species of Mbuna Cichlid and they can be kept in a variety of hard water tank setups. The tank for Yellow Labs should be decorated with plenty of rocks to provide caves and spawning sites along with small areas of open water.We ordered two blue peacock cichlids from LiveAquaria last year, and both are beautiful fish. One has emerged as the alpha fish of the tank and does chase and beat up on the other blue peacock as well as other male fish. I'd definitely suggest ordering only one male. However, the alpha fish is by far the most beautiful blue peacock I've seen, and I receive many compliments on his looks. LiveAquaria has high quality fish and excellent customer service. I'm very pleased with all of the fish I've ordered. Blue Peacock Cichlids are active fish that will swim peacefully with other species of similiar size. They spend a fair amount of time sifting the substrate for bits of uneaten food and grazing on algae.
This is a relatively peaceful cichlid that is well suited to a community aquarium of like sized fish. Males can become territorial and aggressive to other males of their own kind though. They are best kept in groups of one male and two or three females. If kept in tight quarters with other fish, Blue Peacocks will tend to be more aggressive than normal. Blue Neon Peacock cichlids are carnivores and should be fed a diet that contains a good amount of protein. A good mix of and commercially prepared along with live (or frozen) brine shrimp or will provide these fish with a healthy diet. Such foods will help bring out their bright blue and yellow colors.