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Old 11-23-2005, 03:08 PM   #11
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i have a bi color angel in my 75 and it is awesome. always out and a very active swimmer. he has not nipped any corals yet. i would suggest some sort of dwarf angel. the gramma, basslet and psuedochromis may fight ( they are all the same family ). be careful with that one. it is possible the pseudochromis/basslet may even pick on the bi color blenny. the gramma would be the safest bet with a dwarf angel

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so this would be my best bet:Least fighting...
1.Derasa Clam Cultured - Tridacna derasa
2.Royal Gramma - Gramma loreto
4.Coral Beauty Angel
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Old 11-23-2005, 04:32 PM   #12
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IMO i thikn that would be a great set up. a royal gramma is going to be our next addition and i am getting a clam myself on friday. an ultra grade crocea. a final word of waring. some dwarf angels are known to pick at clam mantles as well as corals. it a 50/50 chance

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Old 11-23-2005, 04:39 PM   #13
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IMO i am getting a clam myself on friday. an ultra grade crocea. a final word of waring. some dwarf angels are known to pick at clam mantles as well as corals. it a 50/50 chance

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I was thinking of the better grade also but with my lighting I thought it best to get that type. As for the dwarf angel,I was reading about them and I guess its a chance you take with each type of fish you get.
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If you plan to have any corals I would scrap the dwarf angel. I know someone mentioned theirs had not nipped at any corals yet but mine took 5 years till he started nipping and desroying corals. I caught everything getting him out.
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A flame hawk is a nice fish. Has a neat personality. It will watch you...well, like a hawk. Very active fish.
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