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Old 10-22-2011, 06:02 PM   #1
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aggressive beauties

Do you need anything special for the care of aggressive fish? Do u need ro water for water changes?? Are skimmers a must? Any special additives/supplements? Any help would be awesome!! Thanks guys
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I would use ro/di for water changes regardless of tempermeant. Just looking for algae issues down the line in my opinion.

As far as a skimmer alot depends on the tank size, feeding and the fish themselves.
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Thanks yet again carey Im actually really excited. I traded in my 5 frag babies for a gorgeous black volitans lion juvenile today. She hasn't harmed anything yet burning fell in love! ! Hahaha. My cleaner shrimp loooooves her how weird right?
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....cleaner shrimp in with a volitan?? Idk if id trust that combo. Don't wanna see those gorgeous cleaners end up as an expensive snack.
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I cleaner shrimp avoids my lion at all cost unless he's hungry. That's awsome that yours loves your lion but like Huma Huma says keep an eye on him
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