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at what size do you introduce your grown out fry into the main tank

This is a discussion on at what size do you introduce your grown out fry into the main tank within the Old World Cichlids forums, part of the Freshwater Species category; i have about 14 juvie blue dolphins to add with my 2 catfish and a large pleco . the catfish ...

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    i have about 14 juvie blue dolphins to add with my 2 catfish and a large pleco . the catfish are african about 6 or so inches. do you think they would be a threat to the juvies which are about 2-3 inches.

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    Generally I would say 2 - 3 in Blue Dolphins should not be threatened by 6 in Blue Dolphins as long as they are not in cramped tank conditions.


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