I bred fuelleborni for many years and never had an albino fry make it past about 2cm. Some also had deformed spines and as such were culled as soon as I noticed the deformity.
I've also kept albino peacocks in a male-only display tank together with many normal colored cichlids and they seemed to do quite well. Especially albino dragonbloods. They were basically exactly the same as a normal one, apart from their appearance, of course. All the albino display fish I've had have been sourced from local breeders that raise them in quite large numbers. The most recent albino fry I bought (probably around 3 years ago now) were from Linda and Colin, who now run GoTroppo Aquariums. They are on the PCS forum, but I can't remember their usernames.
Hope this little guy turns out well, will be very interesting to see what it looks like as an adult.
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