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Old 06-02-2013, 02:41 AM   #11
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No , regular size? You could pull off two male dwarfs if u wanted. Gourmais are territorial so it's better if they live by themselves. GBR would be great for your tank and are peaceful
I really like the look of GBR, but I've heard that they are very sensitive. Do you have experience with them?
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Really it depends in the individual personality. All fish are different
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I have had experience, I bought gbrs. And they died, now what I am doing is that I'm getting two Bolivian rams to have a bit of experience with ram behavior, and then wait to get your Germans, but they are very, very sensitive. Bolivians are very nice too
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I've had a pair , I added them after my tank ran for 11+ months and dripped acclimated slowly, they were great at first then my tanked cracked and they r not among the survivors
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