04-23-2013, 09:02 AM
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Originally Posted by nawilson89
The question isn't really about the Damsel and the Royal. It's more of the Royal and my fiancee's Dottyback (who is currently alone in a 10g because i'm afraid to put him in the tank). The Dottyback spends most of his time hiding in caves and the Royal Gramma spends his time patrolling his favorite spot.
Sorry, I misunderstood.
I think that they might be fine. You would see aggression, I didn't mean to give the impression they are like my kids and only hit each other when I am not around,
. You would see them chasing or being chased, so if they are behaving when you are there, they should be behaving when you aren't...
Again, I think that if there is ample amount of hiding spaces and you keep them regularly fed, you should be ok.
Is there a lid on this tank? I had a six-line wrasse chase multiple fish up and out of my 46 bow. I think that particular tank was too small for him (I still absolutely love those fish) and he did a lot better in the 150 when I moved him.
So keep an eye on them. Is there anywhere one can go if aggression starts?