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Old 07-26-2011, 01:24 PM   #1
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Night time fish?

I want to get some fish that come out when the blue light and led's come on any suggestions?
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Lionfish and most other predatory fish are nighttime swimmers
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We will definitely be getting a lion fish we want a Fu Manchu, small but cool looking. We bought a sea urchin and he comes out at night.
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We will definitely be getting a lion fish we want a Fu Manchu, small but cool looking. We bought a sea urchin and he comes out at night.
I have a fuzzy dwarf lion. He is a night owl. Awesome fish!!
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We will definitely be getting a lion fish we want a Fu Manchu, small but cool looking. We bought a sea urchin and he comes out at night.
The fu manchu are pretty hard to get eating prepared foods.. good luck I like to compare them to mandarins since its very difficult.. not saying it can't be done, just be in for the ride..
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The fu manchu are pretty hard to get eating prepared foods.. good luck I like to compare them to mandarins since its very difficult.. not saying it can't be done, just be in for the ride..
I feed mine ghost shrimp. Have a fw tank that just has gs in it for that reason.
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I feed mine ghost shrimp. Have a fw tank that just has gs in it for that reason.
Yea. That would work great.
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