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Old 08-27-2013, 06:56 PM   #1
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Semi agressive fish

What are some exotic medium sized aquarium fish that are agressive but aren't fin nippers
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Old 08-27-2013, 07:02 PM   #2
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parrot fish, geophagus cichlids/ earth eater cichlids, black ghost knifes, gouramies ( not the dwarf ones), severums, bichers, black sharks, red tailed sharks, african leaf fish, arowanas, tinfoil barbs, perch
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parrot fish, geophagus cichlids/ earth eater cichlids, black ghost knifes, gouramies ( not the dwarf ones), severums, bichers, black sharks, red tailed sharks, african leaf fish, arowanas, tinfoil barbs, perch
Thanks I have gouramis and they are awesome!!!! I'm gonna check out those earth eater cichlids
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parrot fish, geophagus cichlids/ earth eater cichlids, black ghost knifes, gouramies ( not the dwarf ones), severums, bichers, black sharks, red tailed sharks, african leaf fish, arowanas, tinfoil barbs, perch
How. The. [Word missing]. Do. Arowana. Count. As. Medium. Let. Alone. Not. Nip. Fins?

Just wow.
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The smallest arowanas are the jardini and asian (i think) the asian around 30" and the jardini around 30" (more commonly 25" in aquarium) the jardini is extremelly aggressive.
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