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Old 10-24-2011, 04:17 PM   #131
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What is the least aggressive damsel.
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What is the least aggressive damsel.
A dead one....

Chromis are at least small, but they are all aggressive.
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I seen a mushroom for 100 bucks with one head before
Yikes, I have thousands of dollars in mushrooms! I have become a mushroom magnate! LOL
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a dead one....

chromis are at least small, but they are all aggressive.

rotfl ................
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By the way, I like my three Blue/Green Chromis. They have showed absolutely no aggression. Of course, they are the three smallest fish in the tank so.......
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Exactly, that's how my lfs is.. Of course it's a.beautiful one head though but they grow fast and you can sell the frags back to them for about 30 or so... Thats pretty good profit.
I was thinking of doing that exactly just would have to learn how to frag
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Fragging LPS and SPS is like pruning a tree. The softies, like mushrooms are a bit more challenge because you really can't glue them in place very easily. There are several tried and true techniques that seem to work though.
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Can I get just 1 damsel or do they have to be in a school.
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Damsels probably wouldn't be the best choice for such a small tank as they are very aggressive and territorial usually.
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you can get one damsel, clowns are a type of damsel; they least aggressive of them at least... Clowns have also been known to attack divers that get to close to their host.
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