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Old 01-10-2006, 06:17 PM   #1
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Anyone know of any really cool blue fish that would be a good addition to my 29 gallon reef? thanks.
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Not exactly blue but a purple firefish would be awesome.
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coral beauty has some nice blue/purple in it. A cherub angle also has a lot of deep blue in it.
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i saw the cherub angle. Will it eat the corals though?
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As with any of the dwarf angels it is a risk. I have had a coral beauty in my tank for 4 months without any issues. I think melosu had one for a couple years before it starting eating corals. I have also hear of them eating them as soon as they get in the tank. It is a gamble.
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I say the Blue Chromis too...
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Three votes now for chromis!
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As with any of the dwarf angels it is a risk
This is a great point. I have yet to find a dwarf angel that would not turn to my corals for a snack. I have not tried a cherub yet, that may be next.
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