blue ram aggression

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keynen

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hi, I had a pair of blue rams which i bought from a local pet store. After the two rams spawned (and ate all the eggs) the male became very aggressive towards the female, to the point where I had to move him to a separate tank. I tried reintroducing them into the two different tanks but after a day the male became very aggressive. I yesterday i bought another male and tried to put him in the females tank but she is very aggressive towards him now. So i was just wondering if you have any suggestions for me and lowering the aggression in my ram. I would really appreciate your suggestions.

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Usually you need 1 male and 2 females. This seems to spread the aggression around a little. Also alot of plants to hide in when the aggression gets to be too much. A few dither fish swimming around at top water level lets them know alls right with the world. Usually a20G is a good size for a trio of Rams and dithers. They are also very sensitive to their water parameters so need absolutely clean water.
Kynen I removed your post in the welcome forum because it said the exact same thing as this one does. This way you will get all suggestions pertaining to this post in one place.
please feel free to stop in the welcome forum and introduce your self and tell us what tanks you have.
Carol
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