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Old 11-14-2012, 10:35 AM   #11
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And if you do a dwarf angel, a coral beauty would probably be the best option as they aren't as nippy as others like lemon peels or flames.
Thanks, ill go take a look at them now.
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Old 11-14-2012, 10:38 AM   #12
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I'm pretty sure they're still "with caution" but 2 LFS both told me the same thing about them. Actually 3 LFS now that I think about it...
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Old 11-14-2012, 10:58 AM   #13
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Benamayer, im aware they don't need 6' tanks. I said 4'. He has a 3'. It's not the volume it's dimension. But yes I wasn't aware you had a bunch of corals. It's hit or miss with dwarf angels.
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Yeah think I'll give the dwarf angels a miss, how about a mated pair of firefish? Any opinions?
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:52 AM   #15
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That would look really awesome. Nice way to finish off the tank, but they're not real active. A lot they're jumpers if u dot have a top.
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That would look really awesome. Nice way to finish off the tank, but they're not real active. A lot they're jumpers if u dot have a top.
Ah mannnn! I haven't got a top but I have like a border round the top edge of my tank which is about 10" from the water surface, but then saying that my other clownfish made a jump for it a few weeks back, looks like more searching and researching for me lol
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Haha you could just put some eggcrate on top. What about a school or pair of cardinals?
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Haha you could just put some eggcrate on top. What about a school or pair of cardinals?
That's a good shout, I've got loads of egg crate lying around, will it not effect my lights?
A school/pair of cardinals sounds cool, I thought they can be quite nasty if they want to be tho?
Gonna look into this more, I'm swaying towards the mated pair of firefish tho.
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Cardinals are usually very slow moving docile species. Eggcrate will cut down oniony a little but it shouldn't have any bad effects at all.
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Cardinals are usually very slow moving docile species. Eggcrate will cut down oniony a little but it shouldn't have any bad effects at all.
Sweet! Think I'll go with the cardinals then, don't fancy having to lift the egg crate every day to feed lol. Thank you crister, you've been a great help!
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