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Old 03-14-2015, 03:16 PM   #11
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Coral beauty will not bother any others. Keep in mind that you can keep only 1 angel fish in a tank that are not big enough.
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Coral beauty will not bother any others. Keep in mind that you can keep only 1 angel fish in a tank that are not big enough.
Yeah, that is where I was headed with my question. I'd stick with 1 in this small a tank even if it wasn't what caused the issue.


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I keep a coral beauty , flame angel , and a bi color angel in my 90g
all 3 are always just swimming around together no aggression at all
each one was added about a month apart was thinking of a half and half black and white angel , the trick is to add them small
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My 60gal was not big enough. After adding a coral beauty, the flame angel just kept chasing her. I was hoping it will settle down but unfortunately it did not.
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The "trick" to keeping multiple Angels in a tank is more about the decor and which ones go in when. Since most dwarf Angels are hiders, they need a lot of cover in the tank to make them feel secure. If there is not enough rock work or "cubby" holes, the fish in there first will knock out anyone that comes in later. So one person can have much success with the same 2 Angel types that someone else is having a disaster with. So the best way I have found to keep multiple angels is when adding a new one, add another piece of decoration as well.
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