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Old fish.. young fish

Discussion in 'General Dwarf Cichlids' started by rasmusW, Jul 4, 2018.

  1. rasmusW

    rasmusW Active Member

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    Hi all!

    I've just been a few days away. When i came back, my big a. baenschi male was dead. BUGGER.
    So my question is, how would the "old" female react if i added the biggest pair of my fry to the same tank? I have just redecorated it a bit so the old female usual caves have been moved around.
    I have a sneaking suspicion, that i will buy one more tank, so i have also thought if it would better to move all three into that new tank. And add them at the same time, so it's fair game for all of them.

    looking forward to hear your thoughts and experiences on this.

    -r