The fish are easier to get to eat prepared foods than their cousins, the Banggai cardinals who often get a bad wrap for being difficult to get to survive in captivity. Some sources report that these can be kept in groups if introduced together, however I have had a different experience. Whenever kept in multiples, they have picked off one another until they were down to a single pair who live in harmony. Overall, a hardy and peaceful tank inhabitant that is sure to add a little something different.
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