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Mixing Big Striatas/Lil Striatas

Posted By: James(Western Canada) <fortunejd@usa.net>
Date: Sunday, 19 March 2000, at 10:41 p.m.

Well,Tonight I finally moved my three juvenile Striatas out of the quarintine tank into the 48gal with the two big Striatas( and the Syno Petricolss)....so far no signs of aggression towards the lil guys, everyone has been out exploring and foraging for the bloodworms I dropped in a while ago. Hopefully the size difference will go unnoticed and they will all become part of a larger, more active social group.With the two larger ones, there was clearly a dominant one and a submissive one, with the submissive one being easily discernable by colouration(ie: almost always more pale than the dominant one) Anyway, thats the latest newsflash from here, stay tuned for further developements on "As the Botia Turns" :):) I will try to get the digi-cam from w