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Old 05-07-2004, 03:22 AM   #1
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Are there any inverts that will bother a featherduster?

My lemonpeel or Regal Tang won't bother them, will they?

I'm intrigued to get one or two, but I'll be upgrading in the next couple of weeks. Is it better to wait, or can I get them now?

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I havent seen shrimp or hermits bother them. Snails could care less.

I cant think of any inverts. The tang should be ok. When it comes to the dwarf angel its hard to say. It might take a liking to the dusters feathers. But will probably be ok.

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My big daddy purple tang doesn't pick at my dusters, however the other day one of them freed itself from the rock work and went adrift for a bit, the tang did pick at the tail end, however once i anchored it again he had nothing else to do with it.
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