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post #1 of 2 Old 04-06-2010, 11:01 PM Thread Starter
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To move or not to move..

Ok so i've never really noticed, but I have today and a few of my rams spawning. When I say a few, I see three pair setting up nests at the same time. Now the problem is... it's a community tank and I don't have any breeder tanks ready to go. Only thing I have ready kinda is a quarantine tank, but there are a few fish I just got that have only been there for a few days and are just hanging out. Do I move the pairs over to the quarantine for now.. or do I start setting up another tank.. and do each pair in seperate tanks.. or do I just let them fend for themselves and not worry about it, and maybe scoop up fry as they hatch.

Basically what I got is.. 155gal, 2 x 55 gallons, 3 10 gallons. However 2 10 gallons are just sitting there and they arent cycled or anything. One 55 is a community that they're in.. The other one has fish larger then 12 inches in it. The 155 is just planted, and isn't fish ready.


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post #2 of 2 Old 04-06-2010, 11:40 PM
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I don't know the answer to your questions but wanted to say, "Lucky for you, rams spawning!". What type of rams? Someone will come along shortly (I hope) that will have the answers for you.
Any pics you can share? I love rams!

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