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Old 02-10-2007, 09:10 PM   #1
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Lemon Peel Angel

I saw one of these guy's at the LFS today and OMGOSH they are beutifull! what are their temperments? peacefull?
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I think they'er actually mimic tangs?

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no, there are lemonpeel angels,Centropyge flavissimus..and they are vicious little buggers.
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I agree as I had one many yrs ago. They are lemon peel angels. They are semi aggresive and not reef safe.

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Many years ago i had a 55 gallon FO tank. at one point my inhabitants included a lion fish and a lemon peel, among a couple other fish. one day while standing in front of the tank the lion fish swam up behind the lemon peel, and, well, you know the suction power of lion fish...... well the lemon peel was too big for the lion fish and after a few seconds he spit the lemon peel out. it was pretty surreal. the lemon peel lived for a few days and then died. I am now exceptionally knowledgeable about fish compatibility!!!!! live and learn.
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darn! they are so pretty but yet so mean lol
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