I like them due to the fact that they are a touch different colored than normal Ramerizi. They are missing some of the black coloration normally seen on them. They were listed as (Tangerine), but I believe they are just a different color morph. I kept these many years ago, then the Altispinosa became available, and I got into them for a while. Funny how fish that have been around forever suddenly interest you again.:lol:
I have been down this road with Rams before. Once I get the tank thinned out, and get the 2nd male out, then I can get serious about breeding them. They are just doing this on their own. LOL Nature you know.LOL The last time I bred Rams I had to make a few tweaks in the water conditions, then they were successful.
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