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Old 10-21-2005, 12:12 PM   #1
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I was at the lfs and i noticed that she got in a bicolor angel. Right now in my tank i have a blue devil damsel, and i was wondering if it would be an okay addition to my tank. my tank is 20 gallon high, with 130 watt pc. it has about 30 lbs of live rock. do you think that he would be okay in my tank or will it get to big, since on liveaquaria it says they needs a minimum of 30 gallons.
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I wouldn't imo but I like to give my fish a lot of room to play.
This site says 20 is the smallest for a single bicolor angel.
http://www.guppiesforyuppies.co.za/c...=2&prod_id=803

There are some that will work though.
http://saltaquarium.about.com/cs/ang...elfamsmall.htm
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From what I have read on them they require a min 30 gal. I would go with a different fish. If they say 30 is the min I consider that to mean "worst" case.
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Sorry, a 20gal tall will just not give this fish enough room.
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A 20 gallong tall would be nice for Sea Horses maybe 2 - 3 of them just not you fish.
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