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Re: [APD] Off-topic: Tanganyikan behavior reference
Sounds like what happens when my Julidochromis pair
up. The extra "ousted" ones eventually die if not
removed. Without any other info, like people with
multi experience might have, that is my best advice.
Good luck. -John
--- Erin Poythress <anang3 at yahoo_com> wrote:
> Sorry for the off-topic post, but I figured at least
> one of you guys might know a good forum or reference
> book I could check out so I can learn a little bit
> more about the social behavior of my N.
> multifasciatus. Or maybe one of you is an aquifer of
> knowledge just waiting to be welled.
> If you're not interested in the specifics of the
> problem, now's a good time to scroll on by.
> I have 4 multis in a tank with a few other small
> Tanganyikans, and they are, without doubt, the
> Usually no one really gets hurt after the first day
> two in the tank, but all of a sudden, one of the
> multis has been ousted from the group. His/her fins
> are pretty frayed and he/she is now just hiding out
> a back corner. I'm going to rearrange all the rocks
> when I get back home, but I'm wondering if this fish
> will always be an "extra." Any ideas? Feel free to
> write me off-list or on it with feedback.
> Thanks in advance for the help,
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