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Old 09-22-2005, 05:27 PM   #1
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Would you put a Coral Beauty in this tank?

I need some advice: I have a 37 gallon reef tank, and would like to put a small Coral Beauty in it...the only fish I have are 2 small, tank-raised clowns and a scooter Blenny...is this a good idea, personal prefernce, or a bad one...if bad, why?
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I think you'd be ok adding one. That would pretty much max out your tank.
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Old 09-22-2005, 07:08 PM   #3
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I have a 37 gallon reef tank,
what corals do you have? Dwarf angels are not 100% reef-safe.
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How is you scooter blenny doing eating? I thought these were similar to mandarins and required a large pod population.

Th CB could be hit or miss like LAndo said. I would go for it and have a backup plan if a problem develops with nipping.
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a filter is right, scooter blennies are not blennies they are dragonets just like mandarins and have the same requirments
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dont add if you have any corals it will pick at them sooner or latter and you will never catch it
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dont add if you have any corals it will pick at them sooner or latter and you will never catch it
i disagree. I have a cb angel in my reef who's been in there for years without a problem. I've read numerous success stories of others who keep them. Granted it depends on the fish but I'd try it.
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coral beauties are great.....I've had one thrive in my reef for over five years.....tough and beautiful. I Would never have a tank with out one....and I've never seen him pick at any of my polyps.

Easliy one of my favorite fish.
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