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Old 07-12-2013, 12:32 AM   #1
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Could I get a flame angelfish in my tank...or a yellow tang. Any ideas
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Could I get a flame angelfish in my tank...or a yellow tang. Any ideas
It all depends on tank size, and current stock.
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I don't have any fish yet it will be a 30 gallon
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What about 2 clowns a flame angel a shrimp a 1 or two damsels
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Do u think I could get a yellow tang many ppl say I could
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Old 07-12-2013, 01:36 AM   #6
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Not in a 30 gallon. Not the yellow tang or any tang for that matter.

Do you plan on having corals? Caution with flame angels. They may or may not nip on corals.
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Should be fine with two clowns and damsels. Damsels are aggressive so caution with those as well. I do have a blue velvet damsel in one of my tanks with other fish.
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Could I do 2 clowns a damsel a flame angel a shrimp and 6 stripe wassre
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I want to Auvergne some soft coral
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Could I do 2 clowns a damsel a flame angel a shrimp and 6 stripe wassre
That might be ok. But I wouldn't do more than that. Go slow. Don't add them all at once either. 1 fish wait 4 weeks then add another.
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