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Old 08-30-2014, 02:24 PM   #1
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Just wanted some opinions on mixing damsels. My husband has a FOWLR tank and right now he has an Adult Red Honey (Cross') damsel in his tank. He has nothing else except for a few snails. He has only had his fish in their for about a week since his tank just finished cycling about 2 weeks ago.

The question is since his damsel is already an adult is he able to add a juvenile of a different species ( interests include 3 or 4 striped damsels and blue devils)? He's trying to plan for the future.

His tank is a 55 gallon with about 50 lbs of live rock.

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