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Old 09-26-2008, 07:11 PM   #11
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Yellow eyed Kole tang would be a nice centerpiece fish.

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Speaking of powder blues, I just saw a show the other day on DiscoveryHD. It showed a huge school, 100's, of convict tangs going thru the reef eating algae. They came across a section of reef that was territory to a bunch of powder blues....and the battle was on. The pbt's were probably out numbered 100 to 1, but they kept going after them until they left. It was pretty cool. The convicts were almost twice their size too. This shows how powder blues are very territorial and very mean.

Like Mike said, a Kole tang is a good 1. Just about any of the bristletooth tangs (ctenochaetus.sp) would be fine for your tank.

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The Yellow Eyed Cole is a handsome fish, but not as flashy as I'd like. Oh well, no rush!

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