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  1. Default Weird Question but Concerned


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    So just a few minutes ago I was doing a Water Change in my 30 Gal so of course I took the top off and when I came back into the room to put the new water in the tank my Female Con was flopping around on the floor. I have been trying to condition her and my Male for breeding so I was wondering does this affect her breeding status and if they have formed a bond has it been broken from her leaving the tank??

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    Sounds like she was trying to get away from an aggressive male.

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    cichlids are intelligent fish and will recognize each other for
    quite a while even after separated. put her back in the tank and see how the male reacts. I doubt that the jumping out of the tank affected their previous relationship(paired or upaired) much.

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    My Male is a lot bigger so when he moves to fast she gets a little scared but as of now their relationship hasn't changed much at all they still dig together and act like she was never gone

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