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    Hi all,

    I've recently added a pair of young Kribensis in with my Rams and Cardinals, when I added the Kribs I also added 2 small caves for them to use, all is going well with them they get on fine its just that my Male Ram chasses them away but then he does that with everything in the tank.
    just wondering if anyone else has had any experience in having Rams and Kribs together and how it went?

    Aaron

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    The rams are giving the Kribs the typical cichlid treatment of intruders to their territory. If the Kribs survive the aggression, they will eventually grow larger and much more aggressive than the rams,,and the rams may find themselves in a bad situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madagascariensis View Post
    The rams are giving the Kribs the typical cichlid treatment of intruders to their territory. If the Kribs survive the aggression, they will eventually grow larger and much more aggressive than the rams,,and the rams may find themselves in a bad situation.
    its just the male ram as stated, the female couldn't care about them.

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