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Old 06-11-2010, 05:45 PM   #11
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I actually hand feed them both I use a syrenge(spelling?) and suck up some mysis, they come running out from the rocks to it and i squirt it out. They are pigs lol.

And let me tell you I would LOVE to get a dwarf angel. I'm just so scared lol. It's like 50/50 from all the stories i've heard. I might end up getting one, and then once I start putting corals on the tank (maybe another 6 months from now) i'll go slow and see how he does.


Thanks for all the advice guys. Sounds like Dwarf Angel (undecided about type) and some type of Wrasse. I
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My mom has a yellow candy hogfish and its really nice looking. Always dodging in and out. Pseudochromis are also like that.
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Skip the anemone please. These creatures do not belong in our tanks. FIsh can live close to a normal life span in the home aquarium. Anemones are doomed as they can live 30+ years in the wild.

They also require high light and will move around the tank till they find their happy spot. There's no gurantee they won't start wandering again when some condition changes (flow pattern due to coral growth, light change due to aging bulbs, etc.)

Clown fish will host most anything. Mine host a frogspawn now.

Scientific Name : Entacmaea quadricolor

Common Names : Bulb Tentacle Anemone, Rose Bubble Tip Anemone, Maroon Sea Anemone
Care Level : Moderate to Difficult
Size : up to 12 inches (30 cm) Life span : Extremely long life spans in the wild
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Advice taken. Not doing an anemone. Thanks for that cmor
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Glad to hear it.

BTW, I moved the thread for you.
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