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Classifying jumbo cyps by aggression

11 years 7 months ago #2911 by Finnegan@large
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11 years 7 months ago #2907 by forumadmin
Wow, didn't know that cyps were all that aggressive . . . any of them. My midnight blues were non-aggressive for the most part.

I am looking for some C. zonatus if anybody has a source.

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11 years 8 months ago #524 by Jason
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I didn't find my Kitumbas to be anymore aggressive than my Black Bees.  Both groups had breeding groups of featherfins with them though, so they never really had a chance to become super dominant.

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11 years 8 months ago #468 by Finnegan@large
Something that I have been interested in for a while is getting a sense of jumbo cyps in terms of how aggressive or docile the different variants come across as per peoples' experiences.

I am well-aware of kitumbas, specklebacks, and black fins as all being very aggressive varients of jumbo cyps.

On the other hand, I find black bees to very extremely docile.

Can anyone comment on their experiences with different variants?

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