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Posted by james tu on October 02, 2002 at 12:29:07:
In Reply to: Re: James Tu or anyone posted by GSmith on September 22, 2002 at 12:57:51:
The less dominant male tended to avoid the other male, but when they got close they where never aggressive towards each other. So since I have now sold both those males and now have this new super red male I am a little worried. He shows a lot of breeding activity, but we will have to see if he can perform. Anyways I think when trying two males the bigger the cage the better. Also I added to older more dominant male to the cage afterthe younger male was already there for a few months.
:What was the two males attitude towards each other like during the breeding seaon compared to the off season? Did each male have his own territory established inside the cage or was the cage shared as a community with everyone?