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nanomania
07/28/2017, 04:31 AM
The tank will be a 15" cube, with loads of macro and maybe some frags from my other tank. Im planning to add just one predator fish like an angler or something. Need suggestions for a Nano predator fish. Please help.

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FinnCole
07/28/2017, 05:14 AM
A small scorpion fish like a leaf scorp would be cool or a wartskin angler or if you want to keep something that's rarely kept and pretty dangerous a small stonefish it would be really cool also a fu Manchu lionfish might work

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nanomania
07/28/2017, 05:21 AM
A small scorpion fish like a leaf scorp would be cool or a wartskin angler or if you want to keep something that's rarely kept and pretty dangerous a small stonefish it would be really cool also a fu Manchu lionfish might work

Sent from my SM-A320FL using TapatalkThanks, but I guess lions need more space to swim, and a 15"cube be OK? I love dwarf lions, though.

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FinnCole
07/28/2017, 05:24 AM
Fu Manchu lions don't need alot of room to swim since they are not very active spending most of there just sitting on a rock or sand or in a cave doing nothing I also believe they are the smallest lion to but apparently it's hard to get them eating in a aquarium another cool predator would be a leopard toby puffer but the tank might be a tiny bit to small for one of those but I have seen them done in 10 gallons before and doing ok

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nanomania
07/28/2017, 06:11 AM
Fu Manchu lions don't need alot of room to swim since they are not very active spending most of there just sitting on a rock or sand or in a cave doing nothing I also believe they are the smallest lion to but apparently it's hard to get them eating in a aquarium another cool predator would be a leopard toby puffer but the tank might be a tiny bit to small for one of those but I have seen them done in 10 gallons before and doing ok

Sent from my SM-A320FL using TapatalkTrue, fumanchu lions are finiki, I doubt we get leapord toby here in India. Let's see if I come across stone fish or and other Angler. Looking for something that's easy to feed.

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FinnCole
07/28/2017, 06:43 AM
True, fumanchu lions are finiki, I doubt we get leapord toby here in India. Let's see if I come across stone fish or and other Angler. Looking for something that's easy to feed.

Sent from my Moto G (5) Plus using TapatalkStonefish and anglers are both easy to feed I heard stonefish are easier to get eating frozen though they are both great fish and ever one would be cool since you live in india you might be able to find a stonefish easier but beware there sting can kill

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nanomania
08/03/2017, 10:35 PM
Stonefish and anglers are both easy to feed I heard stonefish are easier to get eating frozen though they are both great fish and ever one would be cool since you live in india you might be able to find a stonefish easier but beware there sting can kill

Sent from my SM-A320FL using TapatalkYea, we do get stone fishes, but LFS don't keep them for this reason. Lions are easy

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