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Geo w/GT or EBJD

11 years 2 weeks ago #25790 by unklebilly
Replied by unklebilly on topic Geo w/GT or EBJD
I keep my gymnos with an ebjd female whom is always a little bigger but the least pesky of any fish in the tank. ONce again a female who has never laid eggs. YOu could always give it a shot and monitor closely but that is always risky. Ebjds are I imagine very different per fish due to their background. ie unpredictable. In my case I have a gentle giant amongst its tankmates that neither feels nor gives any aggression. SHe is 4-5 inches now so I suppose things could change down the line.

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11 years 2 weeks ago #25754 by nuth88
Replied by nuth88 on topic Geo w/GT or EBJD
I have no experience with EBJD, but GT's are on the aggressive side, when compared to Geos. Now compared to Amps, Parachromis, and Nandopsis, they are babies, but with Geos, It could present an issue.

Nuthman~

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"I guess that's the way the whole durned human comedy keeps perpetuatin' itself."

(The Stranger - 6/1998)

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11 years 2 weeks ago - 11 years 2 weeks ago #25745 by sawboy2
Replied by sawboy2 on topic Geo w/GT or EBJD
Maybe the JD's. The ones I've had were timid unless breeding. GT's on the other hand.......always nasty.
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11 years 2 weeks ago #25742 by bortko76
Geo w/GT or EBJD was created by bortko76
I have 125g tank with 1 jurapari, 3 geophagus sp rio tapajos, 2 SD, 2 clown loaches, and kribs.  I have never kept GTs or EBJD put have noticed others on other forums keeping them  with eartheaters, my gut feeling is that this is a bad idea, but would love to see these fish side by side if it actually works.  It seems websites will deem a fish aggressive just for chasing others even when no harm is done which is fine with me.

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