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Old 04-13-2007, 12:09 AM   #1
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Well, my rams are at it again. But this time they are in a tank all their own. I thought they were permanently traumatized from the move because I have hardly seen them in the 10 days or so they have been in there. They get startled quite easily when I go near the tank and hide a LOT. BUT a big water change yesterday and... there they are, spawning as I type!
I didn't expect this so soon... I have melafix but no pimafix.. It's late and I won't get home until quite late tomorrow.

What is my best plan of action (assuming no overnight munching occurs...) towards seeing some hatching action? I have an empty 5 gal, so I could clip the fake leaf they are on. I have never made much of an effort before since they were in a big community tank with lots of potential culprits.

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