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"I have a 3 inch female auratus in a 75 gallon with other african mbuna's. The first day I got the fish with 7-8 others it established itself as a fish that shouldn't be messed with. After that it hasn't been aggressive towards any other fish and nothing bothers it at all. Mine is very hardy and will eat any kind of food I give it. I'm not a fan of the male auratus darker colors and I hear they can get very aggressive when they're older. Mine is the only female in an all male mbuna tank of fish the same size or slightly larger and it does just fine."

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