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Old 09-29-2014, 04:09 PM   #1
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Lucioephalus pulcher question

Hey guys! Liveaquaria recently got these guys in stock and I want one for my 60 gallon semi-aggressive tank. I feel he'd work good because of my moderately low pH and how I have my tank currently set up and plan to make it.
I have tons of driftwood and hiding spots and a few tall plants. This weekend there will be a bunch more, very tall, plants that will provide him with the cover they desire.
My question is, have you guys ever kept them? I've found some info on them but most of it is just highlighting their strict piscivorous diet and desired tank set up/parameters. Is there anything else I should know about or any comment on these guys?

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