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Old 04-23-2009, 04:34 PM   #1
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Red Peruvian Pencilfish (nannostomus mortenthaleri)

Anyone keeping these fish? They are relatively new to the hobby, are wild caught, stunning, expensive, etc. A reputable wholesaler has some available and I would like to acquire some. I'm concerned about the apparent aggression between males. Profiles of this fish say to keep either 1 male or many. Anyone have any experiences. Do you think they would be safe with shrimp for a short time.
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