As a SINGLE fish, they are hit and miss. Most of the time, they are ok, but there are the odd aggressors. If you end up with a pair though, they are mean as heck, and will attempt to clear all fish out of at least a 3ft cubed area, and are capable of killing if necessary.rkeiger said:
What is the size of the tank you are keeping it in, both in volume and dimensions.usmgp24 said:So give me soem basic lehmans terms of one fish he might get along with. Or ,should I just get him a girlfriend of the same size and hope they do not kill each other?
I would segregate this fish... what makes you think it is a male? Allow the others to get comfortable, and then add it back. The more fish you get, the better the probability for success in pairing, and the more it spreads around aggression. Also, you should have a huge amount of cover, for the fish to escape when the aggression starts.usmgp24 said:Since he has been brought up alone and in his own tank . IS it safe to introduce another fish of his type to his "domain"?