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Re: flagfish mating
> Date: Tue, 06 Apr 1999 07:56:51 -0600
> From: ruddigar at home_com
> Subject: flagfish mating
> I just purchased a female flagfish to go along with my male. He likes
> her! Anyway, I was wondering if they are internal fertilizers or not.
> The male is going after the female like they're guppies. He keeps
> trying to get their vents together, but she just swims away.
> When I fist put her in the tank, she hid pretty well, but now that
> she's out, and he's on her all the time, she won't hide. I assume that
> if she really wants to get away from him, she will. Any thoughts about
My male flagfish has this one spot in the tank that no one is allowed to
intrude on (the only exception is neons - he leaves those alone). The
female is always chased away. He does this thing - he points his head
to the gravel and his body will shimmer like he's trying to move the
gravel or something. Anyway, I think he's the one who's been biting my
Glossostigma leaves off.