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Old 02-09-2005, 02:58 PM   #1
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putting angels together?

Does anyone have any experience or advice about putting a flame angel and a juvenile emperor angel together? I would be placing them into a 130 gal tank that i set up and has got some other non aggresive fish in it.(well established)
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Old 02-09-2005, 03:44 PM   #2
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You should be okay in a 130gal. Just make sure you have plenty of LR for grazing and hiding.
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I have a Coral Beauty and a Maculosus Angel (see avatar) together and they get along just fine. Should work out OK.
What is you other stock? A 130 will be on the lean size when the Emperor reaches adult size.
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my other stock, well right now I have a pair of occelaris clowns(ya-ya I know but my son loves them), 1 flame angel, 1 convict blenny, 3 cleaner shrimp, some hermits and some turbo snails
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oh ya, and 1 bubble tip anenome(sp?), and 1 rock with star polyps
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The anemone may be a goner someday with the emperor, just so you know.
I think it would work, just realize the emperor will one day out grow the tank IMO.
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PS, you can see both of my P Maculosus and my Coral Beauty in my gallery. They get along just fine.
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I've got a flame angel and a passer angel together in my 225 gal. Passer was a bit aggressive for the first couple of days, but hasn't been a problem since.
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I would not put these two together unless if you have a 150+ tank
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