- - Small Oddball Predator
|fishfreak2009 ||08-29-2009 06:01 PM |
Small Oddball Predator
Hi. I'm currently looking for a small oddball predator for a fresh or brackish tank. I will set up the tank just for it. It has to max out under six inches. I would rather have it be a non-schooling species. No puffers! I already have a little figure eight puffer in his own tank that will shred any fish in his tank. I'm thinking about maybe a leaf fish or a mudskipper.
|Mikaila31 ||08-29-2009 06:24 PM |
Butterfly fish. IDK their requirements and what not.
|fishfreak2009 ||08-29-2009 06:30 PM |
I've already kept them before. They aren't that interesting. I'm thinking more like a ctenopoma or freshwater stonefish.
|fishfreak2009 ||08-29-2009 08:06 PM |
Any other suggestions?
|stiltman ||08-29-2009 10:47 PM |
Freshwater stonefish? Is there such an animal?
Very interesting. I need to know more about this.
I vote for the elusive freshwater stonefish.
|mollies ||08-31-2009 12:33 AM |
leparainis facfatis. Spellings not coret bet they are nice fish. They get to a foot long. I have 3 and they are amazing to watch.
|fishfreak2009 ||08-31-2009 02:40 PM |
No, leporinus get way too large and i have kept them before as well. I had a sixteen inch leporinus for a while before my old black shark turned on him. Plus the fish has to be 6 inches and under. The freshwater stone fish, by the way, is actually a brackish water fish.
|Fishin Pole ||08-31-2009 02:46 PM |
Red Jewel Cichlid.....very colorful, very aggressive and very predatory.......will eat any small fish when they reach maturity...........
|fishfreak2009 ||09-01-2009 03:59 PM |
I thought about those, I can get them for like a dollar and fifty cents at the pet store because they breed like rabbits there.
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