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18 Aug 2014 23:37 #1 by irish-zx10r (James feenan)
Are they hard to keep I been offered one for my 500L tank would it be ok or should I pass on this

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19 Aug 2014 07:14 #2 by hammie (Neil Hammerton)
I absolutely LOVE green terrors....
they seem to be a bit of an oddity in that you can get a very calm relaxed fish or you can get an absolute psyco tho (ive had both)

They will eat anything that fits into their mouth for definite but once they have "enough space" they dont seem to be too eager to fight and dominate

the trick seems to be not overcrowding them

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19 Aug 2014 09:04 #3 by Ski (Alan McGee)
I love them as well. Great personality and easy to keep. I would defo get

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19 Aug 2014 09:37 #4 by davey_c (dave clarke)
I love them too and had a pair breeding a few years ago, can be tempermental and be careful what you put them in with... unless they can hold their own i wouldnt take the risk. Crackin fish all the same B)

Below tank is for sale

my plywood tank build.

www.irishfishkeepers.com/index.php/forum...k-build-diary#137768

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19 Aug 2014 09:44 #5 by irish-zx10r (James feenan)
I doing a swap for one of my Africa cichlids that I want to move anyway due to getting bullied. All my Sa cichlids are around 4 inch and the green terror is about 4 to 5 inch if it does not work out I guess I could swap him again for something else.

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