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Old 10-18-2012, 03:10 AM   #11
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Beginnersluck.. Are you talking about my pictures of my blue powder tang?
Yes. I just bought a powder brown and he's rather slim. He is however starting to eat in small amounts!
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Old 10-18-2012, 03:12 AM   #12
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Yes. I just bought a powder brown and he's rather slim. He is however starting to eat in small amounts!
I've had her for three weeks. It took her a couple hours but she started nipping at the algae on the glass & sand bed. It took two days for her to start eating the sea weed on the veggie clip.
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Old 10-18-2012, 03:15 AM   #13
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Yes. I just bought a powder brown and he's rather slim. He is however starting to eat in small amounts!
Also.. Mine was very skinny but now she is getting rather chunky..
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Old 10-18-2012, 03:15 AM   #14
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I've had her for three weeks. It took her a couple hours but she started nipping at the algae on the glass & sand bed. It took two days for her to start eating the sea weed on the veggie clip.
I was going to go for a powder blue but I read they can be aggressive towards its own kind. I keep other tangs so I didn't want to risk it.

Sorry I just woke up so I got a little confused lol
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I was going to go for a powder blue but I read they can be aggressive towards its own kind. I keep other tangs so I didn't want to risk it.

Sorry I just woke up so I got a little confused lol
Yes i looked at your profile and you have manyy tangs in a tank way to small. You should definitly think about their requirements some more
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I was going to go for a powder blue but I read they can be aggressive towards its own kind. I keep other tangs so I didn't want to risk it.

Sorry I just woke up so I got a little confused lol
It's okay. I put a Sailfin & Powder Blue in at the same time & they are best friends! They follow each other every where! Everyone & everywhere I read said don't do it but I figured to at least try.. What works for others may not work for me type of thing. I'm planning on getting a couple more from different genius.
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Yes i looked at your profile and you have manyy tangs in a tank way to small. You should definitly think about their requirements some more
I'm looking at a custom aquarium to be built in the next few weeks! I predominantly want tangs so I am in talks with a company over here about sizes and the best options. They have some amazing new technology they can put in to tanks nowadays!
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