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Old 11-12-2003, 04:10 PM   #1
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Looks like I got a Flameback angel for $4

Below is a pic of the little guy I picked up at my LFS a couple months back, he was labeled as a Honeycomb damsel and was $4. I just found this that makes it look like he's actually a Flameback angel and I got a killer deal!! http://www.petsolutions.com/cgi-bin/...00.000000&l=73
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Wow, can I come shop with you! And I will take 12 if they will let me

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Yep, that is C. acanthops (African Flameback Angel), I had one that tried to eat my sps

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Yep, that is C. acanthops (African Flameback Angel), I had one that tried to eat my sps
I was hoping he'd be reef safe but I guess I'll keep him until I actually get some corals then if he causes problems he'll have to be returned or give away.
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