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Re: a stupid question (tagert vs. dither)

I had this very problem recently with some aggies and a group of Green Neon
Tetras. I was housing the tetras with the aggies temporarily for someone,
and during that time the aggies spawned. The first day the fry became free
swimming I went in to feed them bbs. As soon as the neons saw the cloud of
food, they swooped in and just went ballistic. They ate up every little
thing that moved. The  female aggy was overwhelmed and several of the fry
were eaten in the excitement. This just once again gives me more reason to
stick with ditherless breeding tanks.


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