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Albino Taiwan Reef

12 years 7 months ago #5124 by MLcichlids
Replied by MLcichlids on topic Albino Taiwan Reef
I agree with WI Plecos

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12 years 7 months ago #4883 by Jedd
Replied by Jedd on topic Albino Taiwan Reef
so i just finished separating the male tropheops into a separate net breeder like i had mentioned earlier and everything is great now. the male ATR has his full color and even showing off to the female. i guess hes the big boss now. lol

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12 years 7 months ago #4869 by wisconsin_plecos
Replied by wisconsin_plecos on topic Albino Taiwan Reef
tropheops are really agressive I would suggest you keep them separately...Plus they have different diets...But thats up to your just my 2 cents

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12 years 7 months ago #4853 by dragonkeeper
Replied by dragonkeeper on topic Albino Taiwan Reef
Sounds like a plan.

Keep us updated.

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12 years 7 months ago #4850 by Jedd
Replied by Jedd on topic Albino Taiwan Reef
what im thinking of doing is putting the male tropheops in a separate/semi-large net breeder for now. these guys breed like crazy and i kinda want to give my females a rest...they all never really recover 100% from holding between batches. we'll see if my ATR male gets a little bit more confidence. :)

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12 years 7 months ago #4848 by dragonkeeper
Replied by dragonkeeper on topic Albino Taiwan Reef
Albinos are generally a little more passive than their normal brethren. they also grow a little slower and are a little more prone to disease and infection. Part of being an albino I guess. If you can I would separate them. 

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12 years 7 months ago #4846 by Jedd
Albino Taiwan Reef was created by Jedd
hey guys..question..i have a pair of ATRs with my tropheops red cheeks colony. are ATRs generally passive? because my male tropheops beats on the ATR male every time he comes close. anyone? thanks!

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