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Old 04-04-2014, 09:47 AM   #21
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Liveaquaria will do you good. Ins fish that you like, and plan the tank based on their needs.
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Ok I will do that
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Would any lion fish fit in this sized aquarium?
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Old 04-04-2014, 10:17 AM   #24
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I would think you would need far better filtration for a lion fish in that size tank.
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Any other predatory fish that I could put in there? I have a big soft spot for fish that can eat other fish.
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An angler but that would be it
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A little update. The goby is not as active as he used to be and is still breathing heavily. My big feather duster crown looks a little like string but he is still alive. A quick question, could I put fish in here or do I have to do a 100% water change to put new fish in? Thanks for the help. I have decided that I will do as I did before and make it a community tank and I will make a reef out of it. I was looking into fuval sea's new skimmer and wanting to know if anyone has seen it and how well it works. I do not want to pay over $100 for a skimmer.
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