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Old 02-28-2010, 08:43 PM   #11
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Just remember that you dont have to buy expensive lighting systems. Buy retro fits and do it much cheaper.
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what are retro fits?
I was just wondering if the russell's lionfish and bluethroat trigger compatible?
I read that the trigger does not harass tankmates.
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They are like DIY lighting. Buying the bulbs and endcaps and putting them in your canopy or whatever type top you have.
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Thanks! I was just wondering if the russell's lionfish and bluethroat trigger compatible?
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I once had a russell's lionfish and it left all of my other fish alone....minus the smaller goby that it ate...from my experience they do not bother other fish....as long as the fish is too big to fit in its mouth.
Marine Compatability Chart this chart says compatible with caution
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Thanks for the feedback!!What happened to the lion?
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