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Old 03-18-2007, 03:14 AM   #11
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add any fish into your tank but definitely NO damsels, period. They are mean little buggers only create problems.
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Old 04-29-2007, 04:39 PM   #12
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I had 3 yellow tail damsels and only 1 was mean. He killed the other 2 and my cardinal. I haven't added any more fish since, but when I do, I'm thinking of flushing the little bugger so he doesn't kill anymore. I didn't know they were so **** mean.
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I would suggest, you trade it to another person or your LFS. I would never just flush a living fish down the toilet. I have a 55G full of damsels, I didn't want to try and catch them, I went and got another tank...LOL!
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I'm surprised the LFS industry hasn't fixed this "Damsel" issue yet. There are only a few that are really colorful but you pay for that in wicked aggressiveness.
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I had to dismantle my rock to get my 3 damsels out of my tank. Sorry for your loss though.
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