That is why you always get them in pairs. My2cents.i've got 1m and 2f...last night, as soon as one female saw the other spawning, she attacked the eggs and not the female. interesting behaviour. anyhow, i moved the attacking female to another tank. the spawning pair do not attack each other at all.
I would say that is due to a single pair in the tank. Once I had two spawning pairs in a 10 g tank, they only fight between two pairs. The couples are very nice to each other after spawning. So you remove your male is a good solution. My2cents, hope it helps.
True sometimes, but not always. I found fish always like to pay more attention and pick on their own kind. No suggest to sell more rams. As I have said. You can simply breed them artificially or remove one of the adult.If anyone would know you should
I would think other types of fish would work as well, as long as their was something to give them a reason to work together.
Wooo, my rams are still strong and healthy. Glad they passed your tests. lolI have not seen this with GBRs before. This pair comes up to the glass when they see me to ask for food. Just like my baby koi angelfish.
I don't know how long I can keep them with my baby koi angelfish because the koi babies are growing up fast.
I think they will attack the GBRs once they get big.