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Old 05-04-2011, 06:52 PM   #1
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Looking at getting a lemonpeel...

So I have a choice to make as far as adding my final fish to my 55g. I really want a tang but I decided to wait. :-(

Is the lemonpeel a happy fish? Liveaquaria says reef with caution. I currently have 20 corals I think everything from zooa's to sps.

Current stock is 4 clown fish, a lawmower blenny, a pink spotted watchman goby and a royal gramma.

I am debating yet again between say 3 orange cardinals, a yellow eye kole tang or this lemonpeel.

Lemonpeel Angel | Angels, Dwarf | PetSolutions

What would go best do ya think?

thanks for any help!!
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I really like the lemon peel. If I could have safely put one in my 34 red sea I would have. I got a Pygmy angel I instead. Hope this helps you decide.
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since its the last fish you're putting i'm sure it'll addapt to its new surroundings but like always there is still that chance it would eat the corals
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Yeah, after more thought I've cancelled out the thought.

Thanks guys....

Still searching for that perfect fish
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Carey, check out the coral beauty angel, they stay small and great color! And I do love purple! It doesn't bother my srooms at all, but does pick at the coraline. Leaves my other fish alone to.
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why not look into a midas blenny, they are reef safe and are peaceful, and have a nice yellow and blue to them. they also swim like eels so its very entertaining to watch
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Sixline wrasse are really lively and love darting in and out of rocks all day. I've heard they can be aggressive but mine was fine for the short amount of time I had it.
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atte is that an anthia in your avatar?
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I'm leaning towards something like this

Drs. Foster and Smith Diver's Denģ - Hoplolatilus purpureus

But with that price i can't get it now. maybe next month
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Nope, it's my chromis but now that you mention it, it does look a lot like an anthia in the thumbnail.

http://i1222.photobucket.com/albums/.../moonlight.png

That looks really cool carey! Striking color
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