LionFish and FrogFish

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  • Care Level: Moderate , need clean water .
  • Temperament: Peaceful but may eat small fish /Shrimp
    Pair is Best because Swim together !
    Small below 2″ are safer to mix with other fishes
    Medium and Large can Keep with aggressive fishes
  •  Diet
    • Live Feeder Fish and Shrimp 
    • Frozen small Ghost shrimp
    • With Training can eat Sterilized Meaty seafood
  • Reef Compatible: Yes
  • Shrimp/Invert Safe : No
  • Water Conditions: KH : 8-12,  sg 1.020-1.025, temp 24-30 degC
  • Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1″ to 2″; Medium: 2″; to 4″; Large: 4″ to 6″
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  • Care Level: Moderate , need clean water .
  • Temperament: Peaceful but may eat small fish /Shrimp
    Pair is Best because Swim together !
    Small below 2″ are safer to mix with other fishes
    Medium and Large can Keep with aggressive fishes
  •  Diet
    • Live Feeder Fish and Shrimp 
    • Frozen small Ghost shrimp
    • With Training can eat Sterilized Meaty seafood
  • Reef Compatible: Yes
  • Shrimp/Invert Safe : No
  • Water Conditions: KH : 8-12,  sg 1.020-1.025, temp 24-30 degC
  • Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1″ to 2″; Medium: 2″; to 3″; Large: 4′ to 5″

The Lion Fish may be one of the aquarium industry’s popular marine fish. There are 2 types : The large Growing and small Dwarf that never grow large .
Though they are only hardy if water condition is good , Lion Fish can still get sick, so need regular monitoring and care. This includes regular water testing and tank cleaning .
The water parameters need to be constant. You should check water conditions often, as the quicker a change is detected, the easier it will be to put right again.
Water changes of at least 25% should be done  every 2 weeks, and even more for smaller aquariums.
Excess food should be removed to prevent algal growth and nitrite/nitrate sickness. Visible algae can be cleaned using a suitable magnet cleaner.
Long Term Survival note : Feed only once every alternate day, giving only enough for 1/2 full stomach with sterilized meaty seafood or Frozen ghost shrimp.
This way the Lion fish will be slow growing so will delay being a threat to smaller fish ! If Fed too full too often will hid in the rocks and sleep so you cannot see !

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Additional information

Type Size

Lion S, Lion M, Lion L, FumaChu, Zebra, White Fin S, white Fin M, Red Frog

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