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Old 11-24-2008
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<div align="right"><div align='right'>In the last week I observed something is happing to my group. 4 males are doing the same job (swimming around the rocks) but all the others are placed in right top corner of the tank (where I am feeding). I like to ask if this normal or not????</div>
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Do they behave strange in other ways? If dont, no problem.Thats the "week group".
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Do you know the ratio? Might be a lot of males and the dom males keep the others pinned up high, Greg :Thinking:
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with my w/c golden kazumbas, a had 14 of them in a 75 gallon. whether i had rockpiles or not 1 dominant male kept every other one in the top right corner (where i also fed them). the group spawned like crazy and were plenty healthy. since then i have moved them into a 150 gallon with petros and they are all over the tank with the standard dominant male on each of the 2 rockpiles. may just have to do with the dominant fish putting them where they want them. try feeding them on the other side of the tank just to see if they switch sides. trophs are wierd sometimes.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(t-position @ Nov 25 2008, 02:03 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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with my w/c golden kazumbas, a had 14 of them in a 75 gallon. whether i had rockpiles or not 1 dominant male kept every other one in the top right corner (where i also fed them). the group spawned like crazy and were plenty healthy. since then i have moved them into a 150 gallon with petros and they are all over the tank with the standard dominant male on each of the 2 rockpiles. may just have to do with the dominant fish putting them where they want them. try feeding them on the other side of the tank just to see if they switch sides. trophs are wierd sometimes.[/b]
i tried to feed them on other side ,but some of them stick there or they are eating and went back where they was fast...... :unsure:
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