Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: Texas, of course!
This morning shows improvement in Queen B. She is not as clamped as yesterday and appears to be no more aggressive as the rest of the girls. I will watch her carefully and if I see more signs of stress, like excessive hiding and clamped fins, I'll take her out.
I don't see any signs of nipped fins or battle wounds. Pretty Bird, the copper girl, appears to have split fins, probably due to excessive flaring. I'll watch carefully for fin rot.
Sweetheart, the cute double-tail, has claimed the floating log as hers and is guarding it fiercely. She doesn't let anyone get near it. Is it ok to let them protect their territory? Or should I shoo her away.
At this moment, looking at the aquarium, no one is chasing or flaring. Sweetheart is contentedly inside her log.
Feeding time was a bit frantic this morning. I managed to get the girls pretty well spread across the surface.
I am a lot more calmer this morning. Yesterday, I thought what in the world did I do!!! Today, I'm good. The girls are good. lol
Boys:Miracle; Pasodoble;Blaze;Girls:Sapphire;Dodie;Queen B;Jewels;Pretty Bird;Sweetheart;Trouble;Blessing;