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Old 10-05-2011, 11:30 AM   #21
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Have you looked at a dwarf angel?
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Old 10-05-2011, 11:32 AM   #22
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do you think one could work in a 20 long?
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I would put one in it. 20long is a cool tank to have.
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Old 10-05-2011, 11:49 AM   #24
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ya it is, looking at dwarf angels, im between a coral bueaty and lemonpeel
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Which one is less likley to nip at corals?
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I don't remember where I read it but coral beauty is less of a nipper than the rest of them. I also read that if you give them something to graze on between feeding it further helps reduce nipping.
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thanks, which one do you like more
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Between the beauty and lemon? I would say the beauty. Between all the dwarfs? Flame or midnight.

Ultimately it's what you like. The flame or lemon will defiantly draw attention to your tank because of color alone. But there are so many pretty dwarfs out there.
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there are both equally inclined to nip at corals dude. But from my experiance a lemonpeel is a really great fish to have and i have had both a lemonpeel and a flame angel but i wouldnt put it in anything less than 30 gallons they get prety big for being dwarf lol :P
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current plans for stocking
a few shrimp and hermits
1 yellow watchman goby
2 ocelarris
1 royal gramma
1 longnose hawk
1 dwarf angel
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