04-13-2008, 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by jeaninel
No, I didn't see any eggs. I guess they're just 3 males that need a female. lol
They do that when there aren't enough of their kind in the tank. What you're seeing is a battle for dominance, not mating. Boseman's, like other rainbowfish, should be kept in groups of at least eight to have normal behavior and activity. Boseman's are quite prolific breeders; nylon spawning mops hung in their tank will soon be full of eggs. The young aren't difficult to raise.