- - adopted more fish.
|Brandonl87 ||07-14-2012 09:15 AM |
adopted more fish.
Well not that long ago i adopted 3 peacocks from a friend and i kept them for a little bit but wasnt to happy with them kinda partial with my mbunas so i gave them to my LFS. Now not even a week later same guy.. gives me two small JDS.. awesome color in both of them but there is no way i can keep both so i was going to give one to the LFS heres my question. a min. require 55gal but who here has JDS? and what do you keep them in and if possible pictures of the set up? i think once they become adults a 55gal just seems small.
|sidluckman ||08-19-2012 12:26 PM |
What's a jds?
|TayTayTheFishFreak ||08-21-2012 01:52 PM |
i believe he is referring to Jack Dempsys?
|sidluckman ||08-21-2012 02:05 PM |
Jack Dempseys are not huge fish, compared to most Central Americans. Seven to eight inches would be large. I think a 55 would be okay, but I caution you about aggression with these fish. A pair may be possible, but a third dempsey will get all kind of hell from the pair.
I am not entirely familiar with the development and history of the Blue Dempsey, which always looks to me like a hybrid of some sort. Is it possible they do not grow as large as the wild form? I hope someone will add information on them. . .
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