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Old 08-19-2012, 06:24 PM   #11
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Never heard of such a thing .
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Old 08-19-2012, 06:57 PM   #12
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^^^ agreed damsel are good food for lions and trigs thats bout it I had a rectangle trigger that was killed by 3 damsels half his size. I was bit by a damsel while snorkeling In Punta Cana. I grabbed the sharks tail he didn't bite me.
What kind of shark because I have kissed a nurse shark on the nose.
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Old 08-19-2012, 08:03 PM   #13
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I had two domino damsels that were the pain of my existance..
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I got extremely lucky. I purchased a blue devil damsel for my frag tank just to keep it in a good cycle. Last night, the fish disappeared. I tore the tank up looking for a trace of him, nothing. Checked the floors, nothing. Either I have real unique fish eating zoanthids, or I've been blessed.
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I have a blue damsel in with my lemon peel and the damsel is always getting beaten up. It will depend on the fish actually. My friend had a Sargent major that was in a tank and never bothered anyone a tomato clown. and a foxface.

What are your stocking plans and why are you wanting a damsel?
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My yellow tail damsel and domino damsel are fish from hell. Lol. You are better off with chromis. My favorite is the black bar chromis. He is pretty small, calm and good community fish.
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