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Old 10-16-2012, 02:18 AM   #1
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Copperband Butterfly, Klein's Butterfly, Powder Blue Tang, Regal Tang compatibility

i have a Copperband Butterfly, but thinking of adding a couple new fish. Trying to find out others experiences with the Copperband's compatibilty with the Kleins, Powder Blue Tang and Royal Tang. any help would be appreciated!
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The two butterflies and tangs would fight. One tang and one butterfly per tank would be best.
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If you add more than 1 tang it should be of a different genus. Example would be an Achilles and a naso. They would be compatable.
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