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Old 02-05-2014, 05:26 PM   #11
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Mine float around in my 39 gallon but usually stay near their open brain coral they host. Heres by buddies-
Mine host nothing, but they stay near a cave, they find it a good hiding place when stressed (if I put hands and arms in water example).

They come bite my fingers when it's feeding time, I like it.
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So I shouldn't keep 2 in a 15
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So I shouldn't keep 2 in a 15
Get a pair as small as you can and NO other fish and youll probably be good. Mine occupy a square foot of the tank about 80% of the time. According to liveaquaria they require a 20 gallon minimum, but alone you should be ok IMO.
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