Absolutely! Hence me trying to figure out what's up with things before I buy more!
I had trouble getting a healthy school of bosmaini, so I tried new guinea. Then I gave up and changed my whole stocking plan.Absolutely! Hence me trying to figure out what's up with things before I buy more!
Good to know. I really like the Rainbows, I just want to know have an idea of if some species are more hardy, etc.
The last time I was at the LFS, the yellows were much more colored up than when I bought mine. I wonder if they're more hardy once they have more color.
Ok just brain storming at this point.Unless I've missed something, there is no aggression. No babies, either. One of the yellows is the one I completely lost, and another, I found dead. I've lost no other Rainbows.
It may work fine most of the time. There will be times where only 1 female is ready to spawn and that might get both males competing for her. As texasdomer was hinting at.Gotcha. I do have 3/1 (I THINK) currently. But my original thought was one more male, for 3/2. But, if that's not great, I'll re-think it.
Yea I remember. As long as your not planning on breeding and the temperature works for all, I'm on board with that. There will be spawning, or attempted spawning lol. What the total number of rainbows, and what's the male/female ratio?Yes, that's what this thread was originally all about. Whether I could get a mixed school, or if 6 of each separate species was necessary. Although most said the more of each species, the better, but the overall consensus was that a mixed school of several Rainbows, but not exactly 6 of each species was fine.