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Old 02-13-2005, 08:10 PM   #11
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i have an auriga butterfly and a PBT. The auriga was in the tank first and when i introduced it, the auriga harrassed the PBT for 2 days straight. It actually scratched him with it's top fins (they are sharp!). After the PBT got acclimated, it started harrassing the aruiga. It now rules the tank. Looking back, i would not have these 2 fish in the same tank. I am lucky that i introduced the PBT last.....if you add the auriga after the PBT, i imagine it will harrass it to death (JMO). It can be NASTY!

They are both beautiful fish, I have a 125 gallon and got lucky, again i would not have these 2 in the same tank again. I also have a naso that is indifferent to the PBT and visa versa. BTW.......I know you are going to, but add the nori ASAP, as tangs are herbivores. Mine eats anything, but don't over do the meaty diet.



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Old 02-17-2005, 01:54 PM   #12
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It's basically the same only nori is the seaweed used to make sushi rollups in asian restaurants. The stuff in the lfs is for fish and probably not fit for human consumption(like anyone might eat it, yuk!). You can get nori on ebay and just about anywhere on the web. And don't forget the garlic.
I'm pretty sure you can eat it, my girlfriend loves snacking on it for some reason (she's weird).

I've never heard about the garlic stuff before, thanks for that I will check it out.
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