Testimonials

Thank You! you have saved my 55gal

hI, 6 months or so i got 4 berghia. like you said i didnt see much of them. it wasnt long after i got them the aptaisa got way out of control. my son said that was some expensive fish food and, i started to wonder myself. i kept killing the large ones...

Kevin

Bi-Color Dottyback (Pictichromis paccagnellae)

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Bi-Color Dottyback (Pictichromis paccagnellae)

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The Bi-Colored Dottyback is approximately 1.5 inches long and eating a variety of captive foods. These fish are simply stunning. Dottybacks require a tank of 24 gallons or more with lots of rock for hiding places.

In aquariums, Dottybacks are small plankton feeders so foods such as brine shrimp and krill are perfect. Dottybacks are moderately territorial. More than one can be kept per tank, as long as the tank has plenty of hiding spaces. 

This fish is eating a variety of foods. It is guaranteed for live arrival.

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Testimonials

Thanks

Got my little guys. They've been in my tank for about an hour now. Two disappeared and one is just hanging out. He's near an aiptasia but hasn't started dining yet. The coral is doing well too. Thanks again for all the help!

Becky B. from Oregon

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