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Old 04-24-2011, 03:35 PM   #1
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Is it possible to have 3 flame angels in 1 tank?

I've seen a photo of 3 flame angels in one DT once, can't recall where, but they looked so great together. Is it possible to do that if introduced together? I'm thinking of getting them from one LFS that has them already together. Anyone try this?
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It's possible if introduced at the same time and they go in a very large (200g +) system. There are no guarantees they will get along tho.
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Thanks, I've asked a trustworthy LFS but there are no guarantees they'll be able to accommodate my request as they're very popular and fly out of their tanks.

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So the LFS has the flame angels together in a tank already?
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Old 04-25-2011, 05:48 PM   #5
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They sold the the ones they had but they get them all the time and often house them together. When their next shipment arrives, I'll see how they set them up and how they behave.

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Sounds good. I would love to have more than 1 dwarf angel for my tank if it works
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