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Hi everyone. I have just acquired 6 "tiger nasuta" and am fairly sure I have 1 male out of the bunch. I have the opportunity to pick up another male to add to the group and am wondering if that would be wise. These fish are at 3" right now. I can also pick up two more females if I want. What do you guys recommend, a harem group with 1 male, or a group with two males. I have heard that males can be very aggressive toward each other. They will be in a 75 gallon for now.
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i stup a rock pile in my tank to seperate the two males its wort a try..having two males is a good ratio 2m/3f+
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