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Old 03-18-2019, 07:05 PM   #1
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Keeping different types together

I have a blue and gold Jack Dempsey , I'm not sure if they're male or female but I just got a regular baby JD and didn't know if this new on is a male if it's going to have problems with the other 2 if it's a male? Does it make a difference if the other 2 are different types of JDs and not regular JDs? What I'm really trying to ask is, if my blue or gold JD is a male and this new one turns out to be male, could there be problems or since they're not regular JDs there will be less of a chance for problems?
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