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Posted by: davejoyce2000 at Sun Sep 14 23:20:24 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by davejoyce2000 ]  
   

Hi, I have a two part question on housing amyae.

Can several female amyae be kept together in a single rubbermaid container without any fighting/problems? Or do females need to be kept by themselves in their own container?

Also can a male and female amyae be kept in a single container permanently? Or is the male and female kept together briefly only for mating purposes. Once the mating is finished do you need to separate them by keeping male and female indivifually in their own container?


   

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