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  1. Default Gold Ram acting funny!?


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    Hi,

    i have recently added 2 gold rams to my tank. both been fine for few weeks until today...

    one of them seems to breathing heavy. as if hes trying to chew something that wont go down(?)
    He also has quite stringy poo with traces of what look like blood in his excrement. His buddy seems very protective of him, but there a bit clicky anyway!

    They have been introduced with another pair of german blues and they have been going through the process of fighting for no1 spot. but not fighting so much as fending each other off.


    Any ideas?

    Thanks, alex
    6 Longfin Zebra Danios l 2 Pearl Gouramis l 1 Featherfin Syndontis l 1 Gibbiceps Pleco L083 l 1 Adonis Pleco L155 l 1 German Blue Ram l 1 gold ram l 3 bumble bee gobys l 2 platinum angels l 10 Neon Tetras

    240 ltr l 52g (uk) l 63g (us)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AquaB
    Hi,

    i have recently added 2 gold rams to my tank. both been fine for few weeks until today...

    one of them seems to breathing heavy. as if hes trying to chew something that wont go down(?)
    He also has quite stringy poo with traces of what look like blood in his excrement. His buddy seems very protective of him, but there a bit clicky anyway!

    They have been introduced with another pair of german blues and they have been going through the process of fighting for no1 spot. but not fighting so much as fending each other off.


    Any ideas?

    Thanks, alex
    This could be an injury from jaw locker fights too. You may have missed it?

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  3. Default


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    Ok Cool. Should i be concerned? they do seem to be getting quite nippy toward each other now. is this all part of the process or should i seperate?

    thx
    6 Longfin Zebra Danios l 2 Pearl Gouramis l 1 Featherfin Syndontis l 1 Gibbiceps Pleco L083 l 1 Adonis Pleco L155 l 1 German Blue Ram l 1 gold ram l 3 bumble bee gobys l 2 platinum angels l 10 Neon Tetras

    240 ltr l 52g (uk) l 63g (us)

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    Long springy poo is either a sign of worms (if it's white) or constipation. Let them fast for a day or two and see if he gets himself cleaned out.

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