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  2. steve wright

    steve wright Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Congrats on the new addition Incognito

    I have lost count along the way, so can you refresh my memory as to how many Lionfish species you now accomodate?


    Steve
     
  3. Reef4life

    Reef4life Feather Duster

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    That sir is a beautiful Lion!!!!! CongratS!!!
     
  4. 2in10

    2in10 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    What a beauty! congrats
     
  5. ReefBruh

    ReefBruh Giant Squid

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    Sir is a her.;D;D;D
     
  6. FaceOfDeceit

    FaceOfDeceit Hockey Beard

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    Saw that too. Congrats on finding a beautiful specimen!
     
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  8. We have now owned them all. We currently have all but the Russel's and dwarf zebra. Those we are going to get when the tank is ready, unless we see an exceptional specimen. I might as well say it with pictures :)

    We have....

    D. barberi

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    Fu Manchu

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    Dwarf fuzzies

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    Black foot

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    Antennata

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    Mombasae

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    Radiata

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    volitans

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    And then the sphex above.
     
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  9. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Wow Incognito. What a collection! :smokin:
    I've never had more than one lionfish at once. Are these all going in the same tank? What are the rules of thumb?

    matt
     
  10. It will really depend on their final size. If you get them small, they are not going to be as big as the WC adult. I believe that is totally diet related.

    Our plan for the 100g is the Fu, fuzzies, baberi (and future zebra)

    The 210g will house the antennata, mombasae, radiata and the Sphex.

    The big tank isn't done yet, we have to finish with the 210g first, but that will hold a couple of volitans variants and the Russel's.

    The Black Foot is in a coldwater tank by itself.
     
  11. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Thanks for info. Have you started a build thread on the 210?