Angelfish and GBR's

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Lefky

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There’s also Bolivian Rams as well. They may not be has pretty as the German Blues, but don’t need the higher temps and not as sensitive. A pair should do just fine in a 20 long, or as a single centerpiece. I currently have a bolivian and I’ll post a photo of him as an example.
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They look very similar to Blue Rams except I cant control the high heat. I live in the desert and its 95F outside now, while my house temp is around 80F.
 

Lefky

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They can deal with high temps as well.
The highest my tank will get (only for a month or 2) will be 86F. Normally it will be 80-82F. Are they hardier and as friendly as german blue rams?
 

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They are hardier then GBR, from what I had noticed and just as friendly once they warm up to you. My Bolivian is always out and center in my 55g. Both types rams have personality and become personable.
 
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