This question doesn't make sense. Two male C. borleyi will look exactly a like, as they are the same species. It is not advisable to keep more than one member of a species in an all male tank. Plus you have to make sure that each fish you do have doesn't look too simialr to any other species. I had a German Red peacock and a borleyi together in my male tank and they fought quite a bit. Now with the GR gone, he doesn't resemble any of they other fish, so is quite calm.Mitch101 said:Red Empress - Copadichromis Boleyi (kadango)
In a all male tank is there any problem keeping these two, I'm not sure if they look to similar?
Thanks for any replies
Male tanks are a bit hit and miss at the best of times. One Red Empress might work, the next might not... Most times it should.Mitch101 said:Looks like I'll be getting a Red Empress to join the guys.