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Originally Posted by musho3210
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Originally Posted by FDStation152
And musho I do not use any ph altering chemicals, just dechlorinated tap right now.
Originally Posted by scottysgirl
Many people think bolivian rams colors are to normal but actually they can look really nice, obviously not as good as the blue ram but if you have good temperature, 80+ (mine is at 79-80) and good water conditions, they will have beautiful colors, mine are starting to have little rainbow colored spots on the gills, they are also getting gold bellies and one of them has a slight pink belly, but i dont think its female since they arent pairing up nor are they even getting along. Oh well, i hope you have good luck with the bolivians, they are much more hardier.
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