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Old 01-24-2012, 01:09 AM   #2
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They are spawning. I don't have experience with rams but that is what my Angeles do when they spawn.
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There both rams I see them in that color at my lfs alot . I wana say they have had baloon rams too.
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Yep, they are spawning. The gold one is the male and the GBR is the female. They are both the same species, as are electric blue rams, they are just different color variants. They may or may not take care of the fry, and when they are free swimming they will likely get eaten by the other fish in the tank unless you move them.
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Yep, they are spawning. The gold one is the male and the GBR is the female. They are both the same species, as are electric blue rams, they are just different color variants. They may or may not take care of the fry, and when they are free swimming they will likely get eaten by the other fish in the tank unless you move them.
Should I move them? Or should I keep them? Won't they be "weird" so to say?
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It's up to you, if you have a grow out/hatching tank set up you could move the eggs once they start wiggling or free swimming. If not, just let nature take its course.
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Thank you for the info!! I may move them, ill keep you updated
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