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Old 08-29-2010, 06:43 PM   #1
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Thwarting against Predators

So my Coral beauty, well being a dwarf angel has converted to the dark side, and starting to nip my Leathers. Ive been posting adds on Craigslist and other sites for someone to take her, but no replys for her.
I read the Bi-Color angel is reef safe, is this true?

Heres what i constructed to try to salvage the hurt leather...

I LoL'd when i super glued my fingers together on this little project.

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all of the dwarf angels are hit or miss. sorry about the trouble.

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I think the net was a good idea. Being someone with hobbies building RC airplanes I've experienced glue fingers together before Little super glue and left over activator on the finger does it every time! hehehe
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I had the same problem yrs ago. I`ve taken the NO DWARF ANGELS pledge. I have heard that the Lamark angel is reef safe but I dont have any experience with one.


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