05-19-2012, 07:12 AM
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I have a colony of 8 labidochromis chisumulae, out of these there is the 1 dominant male, and 3 definate females (holding) as for the others I am unsure of their gender. I frequently see 2 of the 'unknowns' chasing each other and circling eachother for ages, could these 2 be subdominant males? They do not show the striking colours of the dominant male but when chasing/circling do get a little brighter and start to show stripes. Opinions would be great, as if they are males I think it would be better if I moved them on.
Also, i saw some lip locking earlier tonight which I have never seen from my Africans. How worried should I be about that??? Posted via Mobile Device