10-17-2013, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by AndrewM21
I have both Estherae and Callainos in my aquarium with zero aggression issues.
I'm curious.. Are there multiple males of both the Estherae and the Callainos in your tank? BTW, totally not disagreeing with you. Just more idle curiosity.
I have 4 (I think, Rusty is fuming so I can't do a recount of my 100 mile an hour tank right now) different versions of the Metriaclima (zebra) types. I never see them go after each other and the only one I can see aggression that is noticeable is the greshakei. And he is by far not the tank boss. Also greshakei as well leaves alone the other Metriaclima. And my estherae is one of the biggest fish in my tank along side I. sprengerae and only after he bullied was for weeks did estherae(red zebra) attack back in defense the I. sprengerae.
Just don't think it's easy to lump the aggression differences into "can't do this can't do that " too much when done right..However I would love to find out how it goes with multiple identical males of these guys.