Dwarf Zebra Lionfish
Dwarf Zebra Lionfish

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Dwarf Zebra Lionfish

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Dwarf Zebra Lionfish

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The Dwarf Zebra Lionfish is a very slow saltwater fish that is capable of eating any fish or shrimp that fits in its mouth. The spines on the dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins are venomous. Minimum tank size: 50 gallons

  • Needs plenty of hiding places, especially when acclimating
  • Very slow swimmer that may eat any fish or shrimp that can fit in its mouth
  • Has venomous spines
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  • For feeding instructions, please click on the "directions" section.
  • Approximate selling size: Sm 1-1.5"; Md 1.5-2.5"; Lg 2.5-4"
  • For additional information, please click on the "attributes/specifications" section.
. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
  • SKU1037439
  • Primary BrandPetco Marine Fish
  • Days to ShipShips Next Business Day

TheDwarf Zebra Lionfish is a very slow swimmer that is capable of eating any fish or shrimp that fits in its mouth. When acclimating, it is normal for theDwarf Zebra Lionfish to hide and isolate itself. Always be aware of its location when maintaining its tank. This species of Lionfish adapts to captivity easily when provided with adequate hiding spots such as crevices and caves. Plenty of swimming room is needed as is subdued lighting as this species is more active at night than during the day.Dwarf Zebra Lionfish - Special Care Info As with all Lionfish, the spines located across its dorsal, pectoral, and anal fins are venomous. The likelihood of a sting is a very uncommon event, but should not be taken lightly. Although the venom is stronger than a bee sting, every person reacts differently to the venom. It is highly recommended to get medical treatment.