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Old 01-17-2006, 10:00 PM   #11
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When I bought my sailfin I was also planning to buy a pbt. The owner said I did not want to do that. Told me the pbt was too aggressive and would cause problems in my tank. I figured it was money out of his pocket, so I took his word for it. The achilles is definitely one I am looking at. They had one at the LFS a while back. I was waiting to see if it ate before I purchased it but someone came in a bought it. Achilles, yellow and chevron are 3 I am seriously considering. How old does a chevron get before it loses its color?
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Old 01-17-2006, 10:19 PM   #12
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The pbt is aggressive if its not the last fish in the tank. Mine got along great with my other tang and the other fish, but when I put in my multicolor the pbt went after it. It took a few days for him to settle down. Things were never the same so I took him out.
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