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Old 04-07-2011
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Okay so I`m going to wait to strip my females but heres my question is there any issues with separating a holding female from group other wise how can I keep of when each female has bred ?
This is how I do it with malawi but every thing seems different with trophes thanks
If was easy everyone would be doin it
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I usually remove my females after holding for 10 days or so, when I return her I do a water change to the colony tank and rearrange the rocks ! It has worked good so far with no incidents of aggression .
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Tropheus I have kept or am keeping now:
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I never take my females out.

But I also never had issues with adding fish.
I ate my fish that died.
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female, isolation

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