Blotched Anthias

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  1. tankguy

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    anyone ever keep one of these ? Curious of how they did ? If I were to get one it would go in my 180 which is semi aggressive
     
  2. iani

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    I had a couple a long time ago. They did very well. Seemed like hardy fish.
     
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    Yup, pretty hardy IME.
    They need to be fed frequently and have lots of dark places to hide.
     
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    Bold fish once settled in but tend to stick around the rock formations. Kept a couple a few years back and they weren't really any different from your typical sunburst anthias. Ian had a pack of 5 of them in his tank a long time ago and they were big, bold, and voracious eaters.
     
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    Thanks for the reply’s
     

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