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k, in a tank of that size i would say they will pair up fast. Once they pair up they will start there breeding habits and tehre male/female traits will apear, give it a while and once they pair up give us some pictures :)
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So far so good, they seem to be doing well and at first 2 of them went to one side of the tank and the other 2 went to the other side.But today 3 are staying close together and the 4th kind of stays to itself most of the time.I can't get them to come to the top to eat and the other fish rarely let any food get past half way of the tank.So i put a few extra of the sinking pellets that we feed the cory's and they seem to like eating them if the platys and molly will let them.I must admit i am a little concerned about the one that is staying off to itself but there seems to be no rapid gill movement or any signs of stress, or clamped fins.And so far (fingers crossed) no signs of aggression..
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when picked them out i went by the dorsal and caudal fins.The females dorsal is supposed to be shorter on the first few viens.On the males the caudal fins are supposed to be more pointed then the females, (this is what i read online so i am not positive this is correct).....Also the males are more colorful then females and more slender but at the lfs they all looked slender due to prolly under feeding or poor quality food thats why i only went by the dorsal and caudal fins along with the color variants...
Watch out for Ramirez agresion Marty it is not active and non stop but it can be brutal... here is what hapened to my fish : i had just 1 couple of almost juvenile Ramirez in 50 litre aquarium well planted and with some stones in the midle i feed them best i could few weeks and they soon got amazing colour one day i raised temp a bit and wached them mate soon the male kiled the female and the eggs didnt hatch and i am sure if i had another couple inside or just some fish of other specie the male would not kill the female and the eggs would hatch cause the male would take better care of them and i definetely recomend you a biger tank with some plant or stone to hide :)
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