03-05-2007, 08:34 PM
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I find this erroneous and if I'm wrong, I'll eat my words. Bolivian rams are no exception to the rule that cichlids have different personalities. They can still get aggressive.
Originally Posted by magic_marty
99% of what i read says they are non-aggressive and i hope its true.It only says they become slightly aggressive during spawning but rarely results in any injury's to the other tank mates..
There is no accurate way of distinguishing sexes although most often, females are generally smaller. What you said simply applies to the blue rams.
Originally Posted by musho3210
You cant really tell until they are mature, the females have a pinker belly.
Doesn't happen unless the tetras weaken due to certain circumstances but I haven't had this problem for quite awhile. It happens mostly to tetras that are newly-bought.:) Still, new fish will always be considered as intruders anyway.
well all i can say are that mine cant stand each otehr and when one gets near another, they will fight, also blue's blue rams had a few, uhh should i say "eating" problems in the main tank, with tetras.