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|The Kapenta Kid|
I have found it an easy Tang to keep, and that's what I read too. Provided one is up to keeping Rift Lake cichlids this is one of the easier ones.
|Posted 16-Apr-2007 02:12|
Lord of the Beasts
I think the original heads up was more appropriate, this has specific water requirements and aggression issues. Its not an "easy species", the idea of the profile is not to be relevant only to rift lake keepers , but to all keepers, some of which may have little experience with the rift species.
Something like "Not the most demanding of the rift lake species, but nontheless not a fish for beginners" might be more appropriate.
|Posted 17-Apr-2007 05:26|
I agree with git there. It is a hardy fish, but does have some very specific needs. Not only in the water parameters, but in the aggressiveness. As for just "vs smaller fish", this is not true. They are aggressive towards much larger fish as well. This fish needs knowledge and research for proper care.
There is always a bigger fish...
|Posted 17-Apr-2007 05:56|
20 Gallon Long:
2 Bolivian Rams, Mikrogeophagus altispinosus: Gumby and Pokey
|Posted 17-Apr-2007 06:14|
Small Fry with Ketchup
|Posted 17-Apr-2007 06:42|
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