Their main problem is in the fact that they know each other too well.
They can both recognize their own unstable and unreliable nature in their partner, so instead of building trust and changing them both for the better, they will easily get caught in a circle of attempts to be honest and dishonest, without the need for their flaky nature to change.
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Pioneering a revolution in the supply of locally flavorful meats, FARMER JOHN has been a Southern California staple since practically forever.Midas cichlids are substrate spawners, with reproduction generally occurring during the rainy season with breeding pairs defending a small territory around some form of cover (Noakes and Barlow 1973; Barlow 1976). Parental care is provided through protection of eggs and schooling fry from predators and through 'contacting' behavior, where fry will consume dermal mucus of the parents as part of their diet (Noakes and Barlow 1973; Barlow 1976)This species exhibits two basic color morphs, gray and orange. Color photographs appeared in Loiselle (1980), Konings (1989) and Conkel (1993). There is an unconfirmed report from Bivens Arm Lake in Gainesville, Alachua County, March 1985 (J. comm.); this record is not supported by a voucher specimen and the report is considered somewhat suspect. In Puerto Rico, the fish has become established in the Canaboncito River, Canabon River, and La Plata River, and the Guajataca, Loiza, Dos Bocas, and La Plata Reservoirs (F. comm.), but no voucher specimens exist for these locations. Although morphologically very similar to Cichlasoma labiatum, the species is considered distinct (Barlow and Munsey 1976; Villa 1976). Atlantic Slope drainages in Central America from Great Lakes and crater lakes of Nicaragua to Río Coto in southeastern Costa Rica (Bussing 1987). A voucher specimen exissts for Hillsborough County from 1976 in Six-mile Creek. Generally found in lakes and estuaries over a variety of substrate types; uncommon to rare in rivers and streams.