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Kribensis female... color?
Old 11-25-2009, 08:51 PM   #1
 
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I have a female Krib in my 32g who seems to be doing just fine in the community tank. She is still a juveline krib (only a little more than an inch) but some days she displays colors like crazy and other days she's... bland. So I figure this is just "moodswings" (I am trying real hard not to comment about the fact that she is a female after all here... darn I guess I just did- ) normal stuff that every living being goes through but now I am curious.

Is it really just a display of colors depending on her "state of mind" or is something else affecting it? Does anyone have experience with kribs who could shed some "color" on the matter?
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Old 11-26-2009, 04:50 PM   #2
 
In my experience it has just been "mood swings" :) Other factors could be changing water conditions, lighting, etc, but I doubt it is anything to worry about. Good luck!
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