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Hey everyone,
So I know that it's not recommended to keep two female tincs with one male since the females can be aggressive with each other over the male, but do tincs exhibit aggressive behavior when housed 2 males with one female? I'm thinking about adding a female azureus to my existing 2 males and I'm wondering would the 2:1 male to female ratio be fine or am I better off separating one of the males and leaving just one male and one female in the tank?
 

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If there is an option to separate them then you should probably do so. There are some 2.1 trios that can work with tincs but it can also end up not working as well /shrug. Males can definitely fight with each other even though they are more peaceful then the females that doesn't mean they are all peaceful. If you want babies then separating them and either rehoming or putting the other male in a new tank is the preferred way to go.
 
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