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  1. indjo
    05-18-2017 01:40 PM - permalink
    No, it should be something else you were not aware of. Maybe some kind of chemical or something. Stress doesn't normally kill them that quickly. Usually male won't eat and fade away slowly or become infected by a disease due to lower imune system after a few days without food.
  2. indjo
    05-15-2017 10:56 AM - permalink
    Have you read the pm I sent you?
    Please let me know what ever you decide.
  3. indjo
    05-14-2017 10:20 AM - permalink
    Congrats!!!. First step achieved.

    Once you release them, be patient and try not to disturb too much. First timers often take 3 days, though some may spawn almost immediately while others take to a week. You have to decide whether to let them continue or restart. Most important is making sure the female can still take the male's beating. Other wise, separate them and restart later.
  4. indjo
    05-13-2017 06:18 AM - permalink
    Yes, both MUST flare and swim all over their containers. If they flare but hold their positions, they are probably trying to fight. But if they swim away then return , they are likely in breeding mode.
  5. indjo
    04-30-2017 07:39 AM - permalink
    As long as both are flirt swimming, let them be - and especially if there is little beating.

    Many females lose their breeding bars after a day or two of courtship. Don't rely on them too much. Same as bubble nests - not necessary. Just make sure both are swimming in an "S" fashion or still have vibrant colors.

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