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Old 04-06-2013, 10:34 AM   #21
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No, they don't do well with aggressive fish, but the ram isn't aggressive. Research on GBR's.
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Agreed. *Most* will only be slightly aggressive during spawning. They'll chase other fish away from the babies.

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So is there an ultimate answer or an answer more reasonable than the other?
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So is there an ultimate answer or an answer more reasonable than the other?
I say out him in. If there's too much aggression move him back.
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