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Old 04-24-2006, 12:14 PM   #1
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australian copperband butterfly...

anyone know the adult size of an australian copperband butterfly??

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Is this the correct one?
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yeah!!, thats the one....i found an australian copperband on another site...many say that the australian copperband is a much heartier fish and adapts to reef tanks much better than the phillipine copperband.

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many say that the australian copperband is a much heartier fish and adapts to reef tanks much better than the phillipine copperband.
Correct. Capture techniques also play a role.
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Yes I would say the Aus would be better, as i purchased one that cam from indo, and unfortunatly my little buddy just couldnt cope with the stress (was the only fish in the tank) unfortunatly he starved himself to death. Even after offering him live foods, fozen foods even mussels in there shells for the local supermarket.

Is your copperband eating well?
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