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Old 03-31-2006, 02:54 PM   #11
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Dottyback can be kept in nano tanks but since they are VERY territorial, new inhabitants will surely get some beating They are generally not suitable fishes for community tanks with smaller fishes (MarineDepotLive said so too)
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Old 03-31-2006, 10:55 PM   #12
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Do not rely on the seller for accurate information either. Look for proper references in books and reliable literature. The minimum recommended size for this species specifically is 20 gal, most Pseudochromis are actually recommended for 30 gal or larger due to their territorial nature.

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My clown and my Dottyback sleep TOGETHER!!! They are like best friends. I'm not even kidding!!! It's sort of scary how cute they are together. But my Dottyback isn't at all aggressive. Very sweet. They are always together. And tonight my clown was sleeping on a rock and my Dottyback was right next to him in a nook!!!!!! So cute.

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