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Old 03-25-2014, 11:46 PM   #21
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that's a good idea I've seen a few at my LFS, they're not too aggressive right?

Royal Grammas and Aggressive are antonyms. Very shy and nice fish, have great personality if they warn up though.

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Any idea why my clowns are doing some kind of weird twitching dance with each other? so strange looking but then they snap out of it and go back to normal
Could be several things.
-Submission, where the least aggressive is accepting that the other is Leader.
-Pairing, like getting married
-Breeding, where they are trying for babies.
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Old 03-28-2014, 10:47 PM   #22
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Royal Grammas and Aggressive are antonyms. Very shy and nice fish, have great personality if they warn up though.



Could be several things.
-Submission, where the least aggressive is accepting that the other is Leader.
-Pairing, like getting married
-Breeding, where they are trying for babies.

Oh okay good they've stopped this behavior and are happily back together.
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It's a dominance thing, one is submitting to the other most likely

Hmm that's interesting so ones probably taking the place as the female iguess?
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Pretty clown

Looks good.
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