07-04-2012, 08:17 PM
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One at a time
Originally Posted by Varkolak
My honey gourami are 2 males 3 females and it seems like the males mate with whoever is ready first. If you go to the pet store and find a nice fat female I'm sure he will mate with her just as easily as if you had 2 and it will be easier on him because as soon as he has the eggs in his nest he defends it from the females and wont let them anywhere near
Edit- On an interesting note my females fight for dominance among females more then males among males, my profile pic is how 2 females fight
Right then..Less confusion with a simple pair, I think. If that doesn't work out, I'll either remove her or try another as a trio. If we are unable at that point, I'll back up and see how he behaves.Frankly, as long as the new females are receptive to him and he hasn't completely cooled off, well he is one tracked at this point. I'll see next week when I hopefully bring the girls home. And I will let you know. And by the way.. do you prefer any brand camera? I'm looking at a Nikon and an Olympus. Thank you, Jim .