Happy Little Sorority

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    My new Sorority tank is going splendidly so far, the five of them are birth sisters for a higher success of homing them together. They co-exist in a 60 liter tank with a LOT of anacharis and duckweed as I'm finding them the easiest to grow so far :p (please excuse glass grubbiness and water streaks, I've been lazy to wipe it down after water changes :oops:)

    I have tried to see what tail types they are but I'm failing big time, I don't know how to count the fin rays properly, the fin shapes and and and (so many excuses :oops:) so please help me out with what they are and if possibly explain how to see it :D

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    My main tank has 7 females - all co-exist peacefully although I do see a lil hormonal behavior from time to time with my dragon girls. They seem a lil more aggressive compared to their well adjusted sisters. I usually remedy with a lil removal - gradual increases in separation from the main tank so that she doesn't get territorial
     
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    Thank you @Rust_ee I've looked at that guide as well and still stumped :D To be honest, I don't really mind what they are, they're cute... when it isn't feeding time that is... then they're little monsters that want all the food for themselves :p
     
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    Saw an interesting change in behavior lately... dragon girls have firstly nipped the alpha and her tail was torn but after about 24 hours, has re-merged (torn in half then complete but one can see the seem where it rejoined) - quite quick recovery.
    Anyways, Im digressing... they now mimic the alpha and the pack. despite their size methinks they were juveniles.
     
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