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Cool pics man! I built a small tank at my home, and I am only having golden fish in my tanks. The black Arrow angels look so beautiful. How can we distinguish the female and male between these Black Arrow angels? I need to buy two of them. _________________________________ Louren Windows 7 helpdesk
I would suggest you to leave it as it is; because you have adopted the tank with the fishes and they are adapted with the conditions there, so it is better to leave them like that itself. It would be better if you can get a big tank and change them to that.
- Wed Sep 11, 2013 6:50 am
- Forum: General Cichlids
- Topic: Looking for Blue Sexfasciatus
- Replies: 6
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My uncle is also researching in the same subject and interested to know more the blue variety of Neolamprologus Sexfasciatus. I have read online that this is most seen in Africa, and there are some places where they breed this fishes. I am not sure about this news as I just read it online. Thanks Da...
This is a sad yet funny incident. The aulonocara is not known to be such an aggressive type. If you feed it 2 times a day, there is not any reason for it to eat the demasoni. May be the demasoni got stuck inside its mouth and in the process of getting free it went inside. Just a wild guess!