Evan Posted October 9, 2022 Share Posted October 9, 2022 I’m a long-time keeper of mbuna and Tanganyikan cichlids and I just started my first South American community tank, including a group of 10 rummynose tetras. These guys are freaking me out a bit because they’re doing these head down vertical spirals and even going almost upside down. Based on my past experience it looks like they are asserting dominance and establishing a pecking order. I would totally expect to see this in African cichlids but I don’t know if tetras behave this way as well. I would appreciate hearing the thoughts of more experienced hobbyists. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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