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Old 06-22-2006, 07:34 PM   #1
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I think my Krib's are going through a divorce

I put another coco hut in my 20 gallon for my cories or some of the surviving babies of my mating pair of kribs. However, it looks as if there are some marrital issues. They now only sometimes share one hut...(oh, pardon the streak on the glass, thought I had cleaned it off better)
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How exactly did you make that coconut hut. It looks so cute.
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I know there are instruction somewhere on this site on how to make them I will poke around. Since I am DIY challanged, I purchased mine.
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My Kribs went throw something like this after another cave was added but turns out the Male was stil doing his thing with the other two females in the tnk. What i thought was the frist female turned out to be two differnt females and now I have two femles in differnt caves with fry holding. LOL
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That's a cute picture! Maybe they will reconcile!
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I think they just needed some alone time. I am sure they will patch things up soon.
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those huts are easy enough and cheap to make, buy a coconut, saw it in half, eat the coconut meat, then get a jigjaw and cut out a "door", ive made these before for fish and reptiles, look good
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How do you keep the shell from rotting underwater?
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How do you keep the shell from rotting underwater?
I believe it ages like driftwood with no rotting.

Lori, keep in mind kribs like any animal need space sometimes. If they have been spawning, the female maybe tired and running low on internal resources. Feed a bit extra protien to ensure the female is getting all she needs.
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