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Old 07-04-2006, 01:49 PM   #1
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Blue Betta (Blue Devil Fish)

Hi all. I was looking at this fish, and was curious to know if anyone has experience with them. I cant seem to find much info on them. Are they reef safe? TIA.

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Do you mean a Marine Betta (Comet) or the Blue Damsel? I think you have been given a wrong name.. Is it a large of small fish? Small them its the Damsel.
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Blue Devil Damsel

http://www.fantasyreef.com/database/...=7&item_id=120

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http://www.fantasyreef.com/database/...id=7&item_id=1
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It's on Liveaquaria.com for a pretty penny. It's definitely not the regular blue damsel. When I get home I will post the scientific name.
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I couldn't find any pricy ones on that site. I believe, most damsels are semi to agressive. What do you have in there now? My Blue Devil is the terror of the tank.
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Unless they sold it just recently, it is under the Diver's Den section on Liveaquaria for $600. It sure doesnt look like a damsel to me. I have had the plain, cheap blue damsels before (and never again).
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I know what u are talking about, they come from Australia. I have no experience with them, but u can keep them in a reef from wut i have read. They won't nip or eat corals, but may eat crustaceans. They are also very expensive.

Here's a link to a pretty good site that sells and has info about this fish.
http://www.marinecenter.com/fish/mar...evilaustralia/
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