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Nice females. I like the third one down.

I used to house VTs, HMPKs, HMs and CTs together in my sorority and never had any problems. How well females will live together in a sorority depends more in the individual fish than its tail type. They are after all the exact same species.

I did find that my giant females tended to be quite docile, and the standard sized females had no qualms about harassing them.


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Nice females. I like the third one down.

I used to house VTs, HMPKs, HMs and CTs together in my sorority and never had any problems. How well females will live together in a sorority depends more in the individual fish than its tail type. They are after all the exact same species.

I did find that my giant females tended to be quite docile, and the standard sized females had no qualms about harassing them.
Thanks! I've started bidding on a few plakat females....some of their colors and patterns are just stunning!

Currently over 100 males and females (mostly from Aquabid)....and I have now completely (almost) sworn off Aquabid...lol....waaayyy too addictive!
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I was admiring one fish on AB the other day and then I saw you had a bid on it. How many fish do you have all up? The maintenance time must kill you.


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I've got over 100 now.....yes, the maintenance is getting a tiny bit crazy! lol

Currently over 100 males and females (mostly from Aquabid)....and I have now completely (almost) sworn off Aquabid...lol....waaayyy too addictive!
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I knew it was only a matter of time... Lol.

What size will it be? And yes, all fin types are compatible. Remember that they are all the same species, just different finnage... Like people with black hair vs people with blond hair. Beautiful girls, btw.
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I knew it was only a matter of time... Lol.

What size will it be? And yes, all fin types are compatible. Remember that they are all the same species, just different finnage... Like people with black hair vs people with blond hair. Beautiful girls, btw.
I'm looking at getting a 37 gallon setup I've seen at Petsmart for around $200. Maybe put it on the one wall of my bedroom that doesn't already have tanks on it.....lol.

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Lol. You can do a lot with 37g.
:) hehehe

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Haha I had around 25-30 females in my 25 gallon tank and that worked out well when I had it running. You could fit a lot of females in a 37 gallon tank.

But you know what they say, go big or go home.


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Yay catw0mam doing a sorority!
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