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PostSubject: Communal species ?   3/7/2015, 1:54 pm

I was curious to what are some communal species ? Or is there no communcal and it's all a big risk of cannibalism?
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PostSubject: Re: Communal species ?   3/8/2015, 4:28 pm

An excenellent communal species would be T. stigmurus, and all of the other closely related species. I have 3 adults - all different sizes - in a tank with about 20 babies. Can't go wrong with them. There's also C. sculpturatus, C. vittatus, V. carolinianus. which all easily obtainable. P. reddeli is also a good species to keep I hear. Keep food plentiful and give plenty of space and hides for them.

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