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Old 10-01-2009, 10:08 PM   #1
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I was fixin to go to the LFS and get a new fish when i thought " I'm gonna get some advice". Here is my question. I have 2 damsela, 2 maroon clowns. I was wanting to get a flame angel or some sort of tang of some sort. What do you think, Or can i get some suggestions. My damsels like to hide alot and the clowns like to hang out on one side of the tank. I want something that will bring some color to the tank.
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Hmmm, well you have 4 damsels in the tank already. Maroons can be pretty nasty. What are the other 2 damsels?
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The 2 damsels I have are yellow tail blue damsels, The clowns are pretty good not to much picking. But they all stay in the bottom of the tank. I was wanting something to bring some color and fun to the tank. since the damsels like to hide and the clowns like their corner. wa thinking of a flame angels or a butterfly fish
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A yellow tang would look nice if this is the 70 gallon tank. If you want a dwarf angel either the coral beauty and flame would be nice.
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I agree, watch the damsels, sometimes they don't play nice with newcomers.
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A yellow tang would look nice if this is the 70 gallon tank. If you want a dwarf angel either the coral beauty and flame would be nice.
yep. I have the flame with a yellow tang. they both rule the tank with a 6 line and 2 O clowns.
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