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scchase
02/15/2011, 10:44 PM
Now I have seen everything added a Subadult queen around 3.5" or so to my 375 tonight and the resident 3" Bicolor angel is not happy about it at all. Even funnier my large angels are completly ignoring the Queen. Turned the lights off for the night and aggression has subsided andI am prepared to box the queen tommorow if the agression doesn't subside though in my experience in cases like this it ussualy does the next day. Figured I would just share to show how unpredictable fish can be.

jyxie
02/16/2011, 12:21 AM
its normal for the large angels to ignore the queen due to its size. i would take out the bicolor, wait for the queen to settle down, then put the bicolor back in.

geaux xman
02/16/2011, 12:25 AM
i added a ~3" bicolor once and the achilles was harassing it non-stop for a day. it calmed down the next day.

scchase
02/16/2011, 06:25 AM
Heh you catch a bicolor in a 375g that is already trap shy

Sheol
02/16/2011, 05:07 PM
Maybe because of physical and color similarity. But its funny, a Queen being bested by a C. bicolor!

Matthew

scchase
02/16/2011, 09:04 PM
Still a little aggression tongiht so have the Queen moved into a isolation box in the tank a week or 2 and everyone should ignore her.

scchase
04/18/2011, 08:45 PM
Well 2 months later I can report all has turned out well and the little Queen is getting along grat now and growing at a good pace.