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Red Dwarf. I had one from my first little tank and I liked it a lot , so when I got the new tank I just transferred that one over and then bought a new one later on.
 

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Hopefully you got a Male/Female pair....the males will fight all the time if you did, or you can provide some peace for them by providing and out of site line for them. The they will only battle when they see each other. That is the only problem I can think of.
 

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Hopefully you got a Male/Female pair....the males will fight all the time
I am curious about this as I have heard they are much like having 2 male Bettas in a tank together. However I see 10 of them in a tank sometimes at pet stores and no signs of aggression at all. Are there certain types that get along and certain types that you can't mix or have more than 1 of?
 

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by the way, the females are silvery and smaller than the male.... i doubt you have a pair as the females are hard to find
 

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Red Dwarf. I had one from my first little tank and I liked it a lot , so when I got the new tank I just transferred that one over and then bought a new one later on.
Those are the best in my opinion. There are several types of red. Is this the kind that have the pheasant colored body.
 

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My grandpa had the second one along with the blue dwarfs. They are great fish. He never had much luck with them. I am doin better. I have opaline gouramis. I want to try dwarfs soon myself.
 
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