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    My male recently died, and my female is alone in the tank and i wonder if she is bored. Do you think i should get another Azureus to keep her from getting lonely/bored?
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    Default Re: Azureus living alone

    I actually don't know if darts get lonely, they do live in groups typically. If you get another one, make sure you quarantine it first. Sorry about your loss though

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    thank you. Azureus are not very social, the females tend to fight over males. So idk what would be best.
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    Maybe you could get females

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColleenT View Post
    My male recently died, and my female is alone in the tank and i wonder if she is bored. Do you think i should get another Azureus to keep her from getting lonely/bored?
    No, I don't think she will get bored or lonely. But I think you should get another because 2 blue frogs in a tank is always going to be cooler than one
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    yes i do miss seeing the 2 of them. Maybe i will go to the next Hamburg Show and see if anyone has an adult Azureus.
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    I think that's a good idea. Make sure you quarantine any new arrivals before hand though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliygh and Mia 2 View Post
    I think that's a good idea. Make sure you quarantine any new arrivals before hand though
    i know all about that.
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    Default Re: Azureus living alone

    How did he die?

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    i am not sure. He seemed to get really thin overnight and within a few days he passed away. i had isolated him, but he did not make it. I assume it might have been a cancer. The female is healthy-looking and fat, and i had them tested for parasites when i got them and they were free of parasites.
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    Default Re: Azureus living alone

    Sorry for your loss. Did he stop eating?

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    no he never stopped eating.
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