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Old 01-16-2015, 07:44 PM   #11
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I still want them but I don't want to pay the price 😋 I went and checked some prices today. Maybe just a maroon clown instead and stick with some other Angels. I love the dwarf Angelfish


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Flames are beautiful as are coral beauties and lemon peels. Potters are my favorite but can be picky eaters and tricky to acclimate to captivity. One would do well in a 75


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Thanks!! The Coral Beauty and the Flame are my two favourites. Is two in a 75g possible or no??


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Thanks!! The Coral Beauty and the Flame are my two favourites. Is two in a 75g possible or no??


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Possible, potentially. Advisable? No. Different fish do have different personalities, but that being said angels are by and large a fairly aggressive territorial fish. Two angels living together long term would definitely be untypical.
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Thanks!! I would rather be safe with one then sorry with two. Also in my search today I found I really like the butterfly fish as well. Would a angelfish and a butterfly fish be okay together. One of the small ones not the larger ones. Thanks again for the advice!!


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I would start with the 75g if I was you, it will be easier


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Old 01-16-2015, 11:21 PM   #16
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I definitely will be using the 75g


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For fish I recommend you to check liveaquaria.com you can find some good info there
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A small butterfly should be just fine in that tank with those fish.
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Okay excellent!! I love them!! It's going to be a tough decision on which ones I pick.


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Just be aware many butterflies don't adapt to captivity very well. Make sure the one you get is eating before you buy it.


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