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Old 06-29-2020, 07:24 PM
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Default 2.0.1 Bastimentos aggression

I have a group of 2.0.1 six month old Bastimentos.

The two calling males became very aggressive almost immediately upon maturation. (separated now)

My question:

Would that be typical behavior because a female is present (my hope).

or, is that aggression, the wrestling, etc. typical of males even outside of the presence of a female?

Thank you for sharing your experience.
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Default Re: 2.0.1 Bastimentos aggression

Males can and will do this even without the pressense of females.
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Default Re: 2.0.1 Bastimentos aggression

I've never kept pumilio, but from fellow keepers I have spoken to male aggression is a common occurrence. They can be quite violent at times. You were right to separate them.
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