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Alexcpdk

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Hi All!

One of my saltwather dealer can take thes specis home to me :smile:


Bot i need some infomation about them. ( how big tank they need, how hardy they are etc. )



Best Regards
Alexander
 


OB

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I do not personally know of them in captivity, though they are kept for sure. In the wild they are a small, mostly nocturnal species. They will be most certainly wild caught, red sea, most likely, and should be kept individually; I would stick with your original plan of getting captive bred.
 

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