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Old June 30th 04, 03:13 AM
Mark Cooper
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Default Too many blue fish?

In my 75 gallon I have Ps. socolofi, c. borleyi, electric blue ahli,and am
wondering if the similar colorations of these fish will cause problems. So
far they seem to be getting along fine.

Thanks,
Mark
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Old July 2nd 04, 06:00 PM
RedForeman
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|| In my 75 gallon I have Ps. socolofi, c. borleyi, electric blue
|| ahli,and am wondering if the similar colorations of these fish will
|| cause problems. So far they seem to be getting along fine.
||
|| Thanks,
|| Mark

I don't think so... Not to be scientific or anything, but they know their
own kind, relative to markings, size, and coloration... but however close to
identical they are, they're just considered 'other' fish...

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Old July 3rd 04, 12:34 AM
Mark Cooper
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Default Too many blue fish?

"RedForeman " wrote in
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|| In my 75 gallon I have Ps. socolofi, c. borleyi, electric blue
|| ahli,and am wondering if the similar colorations of these fish will
|| cause problems. So far they seem to be getting along fine.
||
|| Thanks,
|| Mark

I don't think so... Not to be scientific or anything, but they know
their own kind, relative to markings, size, and coloration... but
however close to identical they are, they're just considered 'other'
fish...


Thanks for the info. The largest borleyi has really colored up in the
last couple of weeks. If all goes well, it should be quite a pretty batch
of fish.

Mark
 




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