02-02-2013, 11:13 PM
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Heehee! Scar sounds like a cutie! I've noticed that with my loaches there are a few who are just. . . insane, and more prone to cruise the tank - even though they all do it from time to time. But with those, specifically, I've noticed that once they settle into a new place (a month or two), they seem to settle down, and once their tank 'matures,' they seem to chill out a bit more. I'm no expert, lol! Just something I've noticed over the 4 batches of loaches I've had. I'm always super-attached to my 'cruisers!' Love seeing that loachy craziness come out!
I hope you're right, and that the move to the main tank calms things down a bit! Crazy gourami! Another user on here had a similar problem with 1m/2f - when they hit breeding age, one of the females was really getting snarky. She ended up returning her to the shop and *knock on wood* hasn't had any problems since. Hopefully you're right, and they ALL settle down a bit in their new home. I've really been studying up on gourami since I decided to put some into Becoming when I upgrade, based on many experiences I've seen, I think I'll be keeping more females in the harem than the two that are usually recommended. . . it does seem to be hit-or-miss sometimes. SHE'S prolly just trying to win her mate - can't blame her, really. He's a pretty boy!