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Old 07-31-2012, 01:20 AM   #11
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Would a dwarf lion be ok with a yellow tang, tomato clown, pj card, blue chromis, yellow head goby and pink spotted goby, cleanet shrimp? Which my shrimp is pretty big.
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Old 07-31-2012, 01:24 AM   #12
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Would a dwarf lion be ok with a yellow tang, tomato clown, pj card, blue chromis, yellow head goby and pink spotted goby, cleanet shrimp? Which my shrimp is pretty big.
How big is the tank? I wouldn't know if it could be with the shrimp but idk
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Old 07-31-2012, 01:24 AM   #13
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tank went up May 2011 so just over a year. This vids better IMO the last one was iphone...

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I'm having a little algae issue right now with that brown leafy stuff, anyone know what eats it?


Edward, your list looks good to me, as long as your fish don't fit in its mouth you'll be fine....
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Old 07-31-2012, 01:27 AM   #14
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tank went up May 2011 so just over a year. This vids better IMO the last one was iphone...

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I'm having a little algae issue right now with that brown leafy stuff, anyone know what eats it?

Edward, your list looks good to me, as long as your fish don't fit in its mouth you'll be fine....
Soo jealous! I'd be happy to take some of your coral off your hands if you ever need it
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Ok and one more question. When I add him and lets say I get a new and need to place will it try to sting me or swim away and hows the sting?
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i haven't been stung yet. He's interested in me but a little shy so when i have my hand in the tank he slowly swims away. I have to be careful though, like today a coral fell off a shelf and i had to put my arm in the tank. he was coming way to close for my comfort.

i hear its like a bad bee sting. it goes away when you run hot water over it though (so i hear).
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Ok sounds good I believe thats gonna be my next addition which one do you prefer? And what do you normally feed it
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Right now i buy fresh water feeder fish weekly. I usually get rosy reds a ive read they have the most nutrition. I try to feed the rosies mysis right befor the lion eats them so they arent digested ye and the lion gets the nutrience. When you pick one up ask the fish store what they are feeding if they say anything frozen ask to see a feding to make sure....
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Ok thanks and I heard they will eat ghost shrimp too? Is that right and should I stick with the fish
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ya i hear that too, I can't get them around here though so I haven't tried. I'm guessing if it wiggles he'll eat it...lol
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