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Roxy - 2013-04-30
My 2 mono angels are fighting the big mono is hurting small one by bitting his skin...... What should i do knw they r my loving ones

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2013-04-30
    Try and add more places for retreat.  Areas that will break the line of sight sometimes work.
  • Anonymous - 2013-06-30
    I would get more of them..if you have the room in your tank. So its not just one getting picked on all the time.
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kye turnbull - 2013-05-13
im thinking of getting some of these, i love native fish of Australia, its my home country, and boy do i love it here!

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-05-14
    They are cool fish, they are one of the candidates we've been considering for a 125 gallon tank we have as well. You're in a good place, as Archerfish are bred in captivity in your country too.
  • kye turnbull - 2013-05-15
    It's good because I can catch my own fish from the wild, especially the ones that aren't in the aquarium trade! I wild caught my tandanus when it was about 5 cm long.
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kye turnbull - 2013-04-08
do any Aussies here know about the yellow fin bream? i have one in a fishtank that my friend caught and gave to me. i dont know what to feed it, can someone help?

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2013-04-09
    Tiger Fish are primarily carnivores. They are a predator that in the wild primarily feeds on fish fry and small fishes, small shrimps, crabs, worms, and insect larvae. In the aquarium their main diet consists of smaller fish although they can sometimes be coaxed into eating shrimp, worms or insects. One look at their large mouth will tell you that small tank mates will disappear quickly. They are not aggressive towards other species but will attempt to eat any fish that will fit into their mouth.
  • kye turnbull - 2013-04-11
    im not talking about tigger fish! im talking about the yellow fin bream, but doesnt matter, found it dead! not very hardy
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peesbees - 2013-04-06
I just bought a single mono and have kept it with 2 gold fish, 2 sharks, 1 ghost & few guppies! Although read that they are not fresh water fish. But they were kept in fresh water from where I bought them. Is it really a bad idea?

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  • Jasmine Brough Hinesley - 2013-04-06
    Mono Fish usually do fine as youngsters in freshwater aquariums. But as they get older they usually do better in a brackish water environment.
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Joel Dale - 2013-02-05
I had one years ago and on my visit to the Shed Aquarium I know I MUST have one again . These are easy fish to keep and will eat out your hand in no time.

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praths - 2013-01-20
I have 2 silver monos in a 10 gallon tank. These guys are new and is in freshwater. Eating seems to be a concern as they have not ate since i got them 2 days ago.. As i m new to monos please give me some insight on their food habitat

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2013-01-21
    These are difficult fish to keep and they are schooling fish and should be kept in numbers.  10 gallons is too small for them.  Is your tank a freshwater set up?  Very important to find out what environment that they came from.  If the petshop had them in brackish you will need to know the salinity so you arent shocking them.
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rico - 2012-11-07
Hi want to know how much are the scats are the worth in Australia pet stores?

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2012-11-09
    Best place to start is your local pet stores.
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anthony - 2013-01-15
The salt water spotted scat they eat at night time?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-01-15
    They may occasionally eat at night, but they aren't a nocturnal species as far as I can determine... so it would just be an occasional happening.
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Sovit - 2010-06-19
One of the most beautiful fish displayed in a tank but a HUGE drawback! I don't know why many people claim that this fish is peaceful whereas in reality it is EXTREMELY aggressive! They keep nipping the fins of their tankmates & never get tired! They do this continuously which DOESN'T make them a peaceful community fish at all....

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  • robbie - 2011-10-20
    i know how you feel. I had a golden gourami who DOMINATED the tank, all of my fish recently ganged up on him and killed him.
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Peta - 2012-06-03
I have a male and female green Scats, the make is approx 7 inches and the female approx 5 inches. They have been very easy to maintain and I find they love broccoli as a treat!! They are sociable and come to the top of the tank at feeding time!! I am looking at selling them if anyone is interested,

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  • Shane - 2012-07-27
    You can not sex scats
  • Peta - 2012-08-24
    Ok thanks Shane,
  • dick humphrey - 2013-01-07
    I would like to know how you got a male in the first place. I had 2 scats for 4 years and then they died even though they seam healthy. This was because they were egg bound. Without a male that's what happens. I had a 50 gallon breeder tank fresh water always with Magnesium (epsom salt) (T for every 4 gal) and fed them just flake food they were find that way. These fish (the body bio) is freshwater. They they just can live in the other water (males are very hard to find anywhere other than fresh water) so how i have tried to order one.... Sorry I want a young one.
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