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Psychocircus91 12-18-2012 12:41 AM

Mixing firefish
 
My research hasn't been very helpful. I'm interested in adding both a purple and orange firefish to my 75 gallon. I know two of the same type may fight unless they are a mated pair. Will one purple and one orange fight with eachother? Anyone with experience?

54seaweed 12-18-2012 01:43 AM

might be best to add together
one on one end other on other end
better chance they can each establish there own territory that way

Kirbstomp 12-18-2012 05:47 PM

I went through the exact same dilemma a couple days ago. I got a small 16g nano and had my purple for a couple weeks as my only fish. I just added the red firefish a couple days ago and was nervous but they were fine. They each have their own caves, eat together and haven't fought. My buddy did the same but he has a much bigger tank and his share the same cave. Its only been a few days for us. I read others killed each other. So in the end, its a matter of personalities really, roll the dice!

Daniel Fishy 12-18-2012 05:49 PM

I was recommend to always keep fire fish in odd numbers. Idk why maybe that will help two of one kind then one of the other.

Psychocircus91 12-18-2012 10:18 PM

I figured mixed results. But what's new in this hobby :rolleyes:
Not sure if I'm going to get any yet because idk if I want to add netting to my overflow.

Anybody's firefish go overflow/sump diving?


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