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  1. @xXInkedPhoenixX I’ll give them a week or two longer and see how they do. Thank you for the help!!
  2. @xXInkedPhoenixX I’ve had them for about a week, so you may be right, they could just be figuring out their space. I haven’t noticed any injuries yet, but I have observed the aggressive one trying to nip at the others. I’ve also seen twice, where one will flare its side at the other while both try to take nips at each other. I took a video of it, I can post it if you’d like. But mostly it seems like the big one likes to chase the others away from his spot. I really like the look of the three males in my tank but I ultimately just want the best living conditions for them.
  3. Hello! I’m having a bit of a problem with my neon blue dwarf gourami. I have 3 males (LFS had no females) in a fairly heavily planted 36 gallon (most of the plants are still growing in). I was told by the employee at my LFS that the 3 should do well together, but it seems the bigger one is bullying the slightly smaller two. It’s not constant as they have lots of room to swim, but I’m not sure if I should just let it continue. I’ve only seen the bigger one be aggressive, so I’m wondering if it makes sense to return the aggressive one and keep the more passive two. Or will they start fighting amongst themselves once the dominant one is gone? Also, if I decide to keep just one, will it be able to thrive alone? I read that they like to be in groups, which is why I’m a bit confused about what to do.
  4. Thanks for all the advice!!
  5. Hello! Need some advice, I have a planted 36 gallon tank with 25 chili rasbora, 7 khuli loaches, and 6 amano shrimp. Would it be too much to add 2-3 honey gourami? Should I just stick to 1 male?
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