Maybe you need to do more research before saying "I don't agree"!I don't agree, once you have two species of males in the tank all hell will break loose.
The question should be how do you keep both species from creating males ?
i think your male might be a gay if he is letting the females turn malehmmm...i think i got a battle still going on although i have a dominant male....bothe females are still growing spikey thigs on top
SorryMaybe you need to do more research before saying "I don't agree"!
There are many tanks out there with different species of Anthias. All Anthias introduced should be females, then there will be one out of the lot that will change to a male!
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