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Old 04-15-2013, 10:48 PM   #11
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For the lionfish or the puffer...?
Both.....

It may be called a "dwarf" lion, but that's only because it's big brother (Volitan) gets so big. It still reaches a decent size in it's own right....
And the puffer just needs more swimming room.....
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Both.....

It may be called a "dwarf" lion, but that's only because it's big brother (Volitan) gets so big. It still reaches a decent size in it's own right....
And the puffer just needs more swimming room.....
I can't find anywhere that suggests a bigger size then a 30 gallon for a dwarf fuzzy or antennata. I'm having trouble finding a lot of information on blue dots.
If not every other toby puffer live aquaria says 30 gallons...
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I can't find anywhere that suggests a bigger size then a 30 gallon for a dwarf fuzzy or antennata. I'm having trouble finding a lot of information on blue dots.
If not every other toby puffer live aquaria says 30 gallons...
Both the dwarf and blue dot liveaquaria recommends 50
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Live aquaria says 30 gallons for valentini puffer.

And everywhere else says 30 gallons for dwarf lionfish.

Ill see what's in the budget. If 30 gallons is it, I'm going to stick to the plan. If i think it needs a bigger tank ill either rehome or upgrade.
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