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I was getting worried that one of my male Blue Rams has not been eating the past couple of days. To my surprise, I saw eggs underneath the territory he is guarding.

The female doesn't seem to guard eggs, she is constantly going out and doing her own thing. Eggs have tine dots in them. Does that mean he's fertile?

I was still waiting for a pairing, spawning this soon put me off guard.
 

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Way to go. Are you going to leave them in the same tank or move them or what? There is a good chance the first time, possibly the first few times, they will not make it. Good luck to you.
 

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Way to go. Are you going to leave them in the same tank or move them or what? There is a good chance the first time, possibly the first few times, they will not make it. Good luck to you.
I'm not sure yet. I have 2 males and a female. I'm thinking of getting another female or removing the one female though. I don't like the random sizing each other up in the middle to go back to their rocks int he corner, but no damage has been done.
 
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