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    Ya, the first day or two the shrimp were nervous around the ram because of his feeding style, the way they kinda just hover, wait, and then go 'in for the kill.' So they would look kind of nervous around him, probably thinking that he was trying to eat them. He would go right behind their tail just to get at some food.

    But they're perfectly fine now, they even eat beside each other sometimes, and sometimes the shrimp go somewhere else and do their own thing. Usually bigger shrimp do well with rams and the amanos need some hiding places.
    I watch fish. Really. I just sit and stare.

    Hardscaped 29G: 14 Harlequin Rasbora, 3 Diamond Tetra, 1 Bolivian Ram, 6 Peppered Cory, 1 Mystery Snail

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    I'm adding some driftwood that is rather thin and almost like tree branches as well as quite a few plants so I think they're will be lots of hiding space! Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattE64 View Post
    I'm adding some driftwood that is rather thin and almost like tree branches as well as quite a few plants so I think they're will be lots of hiding space! Thank you!
    Ya I think that's good enough for them and they'll really enjoy it,sounds like a nice set-up :)
    I watch fish. Really. I just sit and stare.

    Hardscaped 29G: 14 Harlequin Rasbora, 3 Diamond Tetra, 1 Bolivian Ram, 6 Peppered Cory, 1 Mystery Snail

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    Thank you! I'll have to post pictures when it's all done

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