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|11-12-2012 04:15 PM|
|acitydweller||crays exhibit the same opportunistic behavior|
|11-12-2012 12:22 AM|
|GeToChKn||Also just because the betta couldn't catch them, didn't mean it didn't harass them to death. Some betta's are relentless, especially after the lights go out. I've had fish with a betta, seemed fine, lights go out, dead fish in the morning.|
|11-12-2012 12:03 AM|
Originally Posted by ThatGuyWithTheFish View Post
|11-11-2012 11:29 PM|
|ThatGuyWithTheFish||They probably died from unrelated causes, and the amanos swooped in to eat their bodies.|
|11-11-2012 11:17 PM|
My male Amanos seem pretty laid back and/or scared of things but the females will even stand up to the little (2.5") Pleco when it's feeding time.
I've never seen them "attack" anyone but I can see how under the right circumstances accidents might happen...
|11-11-2012 11:15 PM|
|fplata||Amanos are opportunistic feeders, however I have never seen them get a hold of a healthy fish|
|11-11-2012 10:42 PM|
|sayurasem||possibly,, My amano bullies 50 +- CRS in the tank for food. No fatality though.|
|11-11-2012 10:09 PM|
Amano attacking corys
Anyone else having these issues? I added the amanos and within two weeks found my two smallest corys dead. Nothing else in the tank has change, I did move my betta in there because his tank got redone. But his too slow to even touch them.