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All male Endler school?

Discussion in 'General Freshwater' started by CrustaceaCurtis, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. CrustaceaCurtis

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    Is there any reason why a school of all male Endlers wouldn't work out?

    I have a 20 gallon tank and don't want it to become overpopulated.
     
  2. tanker

    tanker Josh Holloway--Be mine!!!

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    No, they would get along just fine. If you want to keep the population down, just add a preditor.
     
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    Most people do male colonies for that very reason :)

    :cheers:
     

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