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Old 12-21-2004, 10:21 AM   #1
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I have a small juvenile yellow tang in my 35 gallon tank, but since the addition of a coral beauty angel he has become territorial and seems uncomfortable in the small space. Since the tang will sooner or later outgrow the tank I was offered by my lfs to trade him for a pair of royal grammas. Are the grammas easy to keep and well suited for a 35 gallon tank?
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Just one in a tank that size would be a good idea, unless you purchased them as a known pair.
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The royal gramma is one of my favorite fish! They are easy to take care of and have a great personality. I would take the LFS up on the offer. However, as stated above, I would only go with one in a tank of that size. They can be aggressive towards each other. Good call on getting the tang out of the tank. A 35 is way too small for even a young tang.
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if they are already a mated pair that would be fine, but i agree with just one otherwise. they are really awesome fish, very easy to please and entertaining to watch. good luck with it/them!
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Agree with above. If they are a mated pair, would be a much better fish combo for your system.
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