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Old 11-06-2012, 05:22 PM   #1
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I had him for about 2 weeks was hiding at first but is now swimming around a bit more. Any general advice with these guys
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They seem to be kind of gentle fish, but don't take my full word for it. Also if there are other male gouramis they get to be territorial.
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Lots of plants. Some to block out some light from the top/floaters or just loose stems on top.

They can take quite a while to warm up. I had one which was pretty sociable, but also too ended up very aggressive, then another timid and nice but still shy.

Are there any other aggressive fish in the tank?
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Lots of plants. Some to block out some light from the top/floaters or just loose stems on top.

They can take quite a while to warm up. I had one which was pretty sociable, but also too ended up very aggressive, then another timid and nice but still shy.

Are there any other aggressive fish in the tank?
I just bought some Frogbit to put in my tank. Check it out online, seems it will be great for my Gouramis and Giant Danios Fry
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