Re: NANFA-- New territory...or what?

Roselawn Museum (
Wed, 18 Apr 2001 08:43:03 -0400

Hi Amy

This tank differs little at all from the ones at home. As for the sex of
the fish, I'm clueless, but that's a possibility. I'll definitely adjust
the lighting. Thanks for your thoughts.

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 07:31 PM 4/17/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Turn off the lights or make it as dim as possible for the first day, add
>some stress coat & feed them very little if at all for a day or two. I try
>to fatten fish up before transferring to new aquariums. They should
>(hopefully) all calm down after a couple of days. Could you have picked out
>all the spawning males? They are friskier this time of's a
>territory/established school order thing.
>How is this tank different from the ones at home? Temp.? Plants? Hiding
>Some of my fish-sticklebacks & darters stop attacking all the new
>reflections they see of themselves over time but they still act freaky every
>once in a awhile. I've seen lots of aggression but little injury. Maybe if
>there's one aggressor he could be removed.
>Otherwise- GOOD LUCK!
>Let us know how it turns out!

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