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Old 11-19-2011, 01:52 AM   #431
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Uhm dude...i suggest you make room in your tank for one of these...holy cow these are cool. And cheap! 8)
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Old 11-19-2011, 09:51 AM   #432
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lol, I've been thinking of getting some of those gobies! They are supposed to school very well from what I've heard.
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Uhm dude...i suggest you make room in your tank for one of these...holy cow these are cool. And cheap! 8)
Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Scissortail Dartfish
These look really cool! It makes them even cooler that they school!
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These look really cool! It makes them even cooler that they school!
Think theres some confusion here, dartfish are aggressive to other dartfish unless mated.
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Old 11-19-2011, 10:50 AM   #435
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I read, from ccapt or melousi, can't remember which , anyway they said these guys school. At least I believe so....lol
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Fishindex, liveaquaria and vivid aquariums all say aggressive to other dartgish
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Yep, I see that. maybe I was mistaken. I know it was similar but can't say for sure.

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Yep! I'm getting it's cousin, the purple firefish. I like it better because it's more colorful. But that's a cool fish!!!
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There are a couple of dartfish that school like the zebra or curious wormfish... But i dont think the second one schools, could be wrong on that though
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Yeah, I'll run across that post eventually so if I remember I'll post that one. I was thinking of adding some schooling gobies if I upgraded the 20g and the cube.
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