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Old 04-05-2012, 03:59 PM
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Default Introducing New females to the tank.

Hey all. I have a Small colony of 4 frontosa 1m/3f. But i recently got an even bigger female than the rest. I acclimated her to the new tank but the male just gave her a beating. I took her out because she was perfect condition when she came into the tank and then her fins were just messed up cuz of the male. I took her out and put her in my 20g spare tank. When should i introduce her back? and how?
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