Miranda Marie Posted July 29, 2022 Share Posted July 29, 2022 Hey all! I recently (a couple months ago) got a 6 pack of Clown Killifish from Aqua Huna. At the time, they were all so small that it was hard to sex all but a couple. Now that they have grown significantly, I can finally say with certainty that one is a female. Everyone seems to be reaching sexual maturity and the males have started hovering around her/following her around pretty regularly. I'm concerned this is going to stress the poor thing out long term. I know it's usually recommended that you keep multiple females to each male for this reason. I have a small 6 gallon tank along with the 20 gallon they're currently in, so theoretically I could move her over there. But clown killis seem social, so I don't know if that would also stress her out. What would you do in this situation? Remove the female? Leave her? Put her and a single male in the 6 gallon? Their current tank is planted and she seems semi adept at ditching the males pretty quickly, but still. Thanks in advance! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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