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Old 12-18-2014, 09:10 PM   #1
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Cleithracara maronii and Heros serverus

3 keyholes and 2 severums in a 55. Anyone see any issues with this??
May get cut back to 2 on the keyholes.
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I'd do 2 and 2 personally. Just make sure you have plenty of cover to make the keyholes feel safe around the larger sevs. Also, I'm sure you know to avoid live plants with the sevs


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3 keyholes and 2 severums in a 55. Anyone see any issues with this??
May get cut back to 2 on the keyholes.

Yes! They're not Centrals


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I'd do 2 and 2 personally. Just make sure you have plenty of cover to make the keyholes feel safe around the larger sevs. Also, I'm sure you know to avoid live plants with the sevs


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I've had the maronii for about 4 months and they are about 4" the severums im looking at are about 2". its starting to look like I have a pair and the 2nd female seems to be staying away from the possible pair so I think I may have to rehome her. as far as plants go I use to have red spots and tried a few plants so yea they were destroyed.
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I'm covered there with the Lyonsi. He's my favorite.
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