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Old 01-05-2013, 05:02 PM   #1
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Apistos

Can apistos and German blue rams co-exist in a 55g?
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Yep!

So long as you can give some natural barriers to allow them to establish their own territory.
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What about a dragon fish?
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What about a dragon fish?
What dragon fish specifically? A quick google search of "dragon fish" came up with several suggested species that will, most likely, not be compatible as they are deep sea or brackish fish. Besides, they all looked big and mean enough to gobble up any unsuspecting dwarf cichlid!
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I just went into. Local Walmart and they had them for sale and said max size is 20" and was compatible with Molly's Platys and stuff that couldn't fit in there mouth
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Dragon goby not dragon fish I think
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Ya google says also known as the violet goby but the sticker at Walmart said dragon fish lol
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Those are Violet Gobies or Dragon Gobies.

They are brackish fish that can get very large. You don't have to worry about them eating fish, they actually sift through the gravel for food.
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Ah :/ I was wanting to add an eel or something an seen them they are awesome lookin
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