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Old 02-11-2013, 06:06 PM   #1
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Three Clowns, really?

Yes really, 1 female and 2 males. So far so good. I will be moving the mated pair to a 55 within the month.
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:27 PM   #2
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In the wild it is very common to see a dominant female with a sub dominant male and many smaller males waiting in the ranks to take over the sub Dom males spot should the female decide him to no longer be fit to care for her eggs.
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In the wild it is very common to see a dominant female with a sub dominant male and many smaller males waiting in the ranks to take over the sub Dom males spot should the female decide him to no longer be fit to care for her eggs.
Thanks... I here so much about leaving a mated pair a mated pair. My issue was trying to combine a 130 with a 55 then placing only the mated pair and 1 or 2 other fish back into the 55 and make that basically my "frag" tank.

The three amigos (when dos amigos) seem pretty happy. The Mrs. thought for sir there would be a death.
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Funny thing is these two males are having a blast...
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