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Old 08-08-2013, 04:02 PM   #11
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Old 08-08-2013, 04:06 PM   #12
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I have a 15 year old coral beauty, a 10 year old flame and a 5 year old black tail. I have a lot of coral in my 300 and they have done no damage. The black tail picks more than the others do. In a smaller system, the results could be a lot different. All angels peck at everything.
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Not to hijack this thread but are dwarf angels safe with clams?
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No. They pester them to death. In a confined area the clams get too much attention.
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My coral beauty doesn't pick at my SPS, soft coral, or my clam. Though this is not typical. This, IMO, is the best pick for a reef if you want to chance it...though it is all about personality.
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The coral beauty is your best bet, but no guarantees!
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I have a coral beauty in my reef, I will be turning my reef into a fowlr and moving my reef to my upgrade. My coral beauty will stay out of the reef, not because he bothers my coral but because I want to add tube worms, scallops and potentially clams (once established enough) and I have read they will pick at these inverts for sure.
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I've had a cherub Pygmy in a 90g with zero issues and have seen several reefs with those, Flameback pygmys as well as a variety of dwarfs. I really think the end result is in the actual fish you get and their preferences.
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I think I'm going to take the chance and get a rusty angel. Saw one for a good price at my LFS and we hardly get them in Australia
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Just picked up a beautiful rusty angel for $45 will post a pic a little later
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