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Conversation Between Olympia and Bombalurina
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  1. Olympia
    02-04-2013 05:26 PM - permalink
    You CAME BACK?!?!?
  2. Olympia
    05-08-2012 08:43 PM - permalink
    Oh my gosh you're back! We need more knowledge! :D
  3. Bombalurina
    05-08-2012 08:36 PM - permalink
    Thanks for your message, Olympia! Things just got massively busy, and back pain has been keeping me away from the computer. :( Hopefully I'm back now, though!
  4. Olympia
    05-06-2012 08:43 PM - permalink
    Where'd you go? :(
  5. Olympia
    04-04-2012 08:04 PM - permalink
    Alright, hopefully everything will be in by the weekend so I can try again. My new guy was the sweetest thing, and he turned mean in the 10 gallons. He's in 5 gallons now, and he's flaring at me, which he never did. The cory has almost no cover right now, and he got bit, but I can`t see any damage, and after I took the betta out he was midswimming around again within a few minutes. I kind of need to put someone in the community, can a male and female share water or are there some hormone things to worry about?
  6. Bombalurina
    04-04-2012 07:53 PM - permalink
    It may take him a while to get used to the company. When I first added my girls they chased the cories, tetras and shrimp for a while before settling down, even though they'd been sharing a tank with a ghost knife at the shop.
    Be warned, though, it may take days, or it might not happen at all. :(
  7. Olympia
    04-04-2012 04:05 PM - permalink
    Is some chasing normal when adding a betta to a community? I tried to put my new guy in with the pygmy cory, but he kept chasing him around like crazy.. I'm going to hold off on trying again until I get more pygmies and my plants ship in so they get more cover. Will the chasing usually die off?
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