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Old 07-13-2017, 08:48 AM   #11
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flowerhorn also comes to mind
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Research the Blue Acara and the Electric blue Acara.
Grows to about 6" in a tank. Beautiful coloring.
Mine was not very aggressive and got along with a wide variety of cichlids and tetras.
Might eat your shrimps.
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If you got a fifty gallon you could get a dragon goby as the centerpiece
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If you got a fifty gallon you could get a dragon goby as the centerpiece


He will eat your shrimp and smaller fish tho
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What are you running for a filter and what other fish are you trying to house in your community tank? A roselike shark gets to be about 4-5" and they are quite nice looking fish IMO. It is in the barb family so they can nip at long fish fins like on the long tailed zebra danio. but not all do.

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Also, on shrimp:
They won't all get eaten, you just won't ever see them cuz they hide. Yes some may get eaten but they're smarter than ppl realize. I like having them in there as clean up
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