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Old 03-07-2014, 06:33 PM   #11
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Shrimp yes fish no but they will bully pretty much anything
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Could a fuzzy dwarf lionfish live in a 20
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Do hawk fish swim around a lot or just stay hidden or at the bottom
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Haha I've just always liked anglers, just don't have a tank for one. But yeah a falco hawk could work as well. The angler would be species only.

What kind and how active are they i would assume they are not active though
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Do hawk fish swim around a lot or just stay hidden or at the bottom
I think they perch at the top of the tank and then dive down on their prey. Upgrade your tank will increase what fish you can stock.
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What kind and how active are they i would assume they are not active though
They won't be active, they lure their prey to them.
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You don't really want an active fish because the tank is to small. The fact that most of these fish are perchers not open swimmers is what makes them possible for you
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Painteds stay relatively small. You will need to keep up on wc as they're very messy
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Could a fuzzy dwarf lionfish live in a 20
Dwarf lions are given that name because they don't get quite as large as a volitan. They do get to be almost volleyball sized however. Imagine a volleyball in a 20 gallon tank.

Anglers, stonefish, things like that that don't swim much, or at all, will work.
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