Wild red devil cichlids were caught from the Hazelwood Lake in Gippsland, Victoria and brought to the Jock Marshall Reserve in Monash University, Clayton campus. They were randomly allocated between two 2500L flume tanks housed in a 26ËšC indoor facility, which ran a 12-hour light/12-hour dark cycle. These tanks were labelled Population A and Population B, each consisting of approximately 50% gold morphs and 50% dark morphs of cichlids.
Three 200L glass tanks were used to observe fish behaviour. These were filled with water from the flume tanks and kept at 26ËšC. The sides of the glass tanks were covered, and each tank was fitted in the middle with a transparent divider and removable opaque barriers (Figure 1).
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