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Old 10-28-2006, 10:15 PM   #1
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Can i Get a butterflyfish?

I have an O. Clown, a Yellow Tang and a Condi Anemonie. My tank is a 50 gal. Can I get any butterflys. I know i cant get a Copperbanded, but mabey a threadfin? Im mainly worried about my anemonie, but live aquaria says that anemonie arnt in ther diet? Would this work?
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Don't most butterflyfish require a 75 gallon or larger at adult size?
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most yes, but on liveaquaria it says 50 for the threadfin and bannerfish
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so i cant get one because of my anemonie
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I personally would not. If they eat fleshy corals then I think you`ll be taking a chance. Esp. if your thinking about corals later on.
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