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any breeding pair is gonna wish like hell that they were alone. so in a way yes there will definitely be issues with the odd-female-out. if the tank is large enough you may be able to reduce those issues to near-negligible but in general it's not a great idea.
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I struggle with this too because a "crowded" tank isn't as immediately appealing to the eye. I do love Darrel's tanks as something I could pull a chair up to though and stare into discovering new stuff all the time
If you're just treating tap water, I prefer to use the simpler dechlorinator like DECHLOR (https://smile.amazon.com/Weco-Instant-Dechlor-Aquarium-Conditioner/dp/B0002DHYR2/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=%22dechlor%22&qid=1608607761&sr=8-2)
Prime, IMHO, tries to do too much and can complicate...
Yeah I would be very careful here when experimenting with new plant leaves.
Maybe experiment on a betta tank or something similar and then try it on your big tank. I can't imagine coping with the loss if something happens!
There are some here but this site looks woefully outdated so tread lightly. https://www.cichlid-forum.com/articles/food_recipes.php
I'd go with shrimp, cod, peas, greens, fish vitamins. play with the textures in a food processor until you get something like a loose paste that you can put into an...