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Old 01-20-2015, 10:03 PM   #1
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Do you buy more than one fish at a time? Would you buy two of the same kind? What about two different dwarf Angels? Would this cause problems in the quarantine tank?


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More fish in the QT tank will raise the ammonia levels faster. In terms of aggression, it would depend on the size of the QT tank. I wouldn't put two dwarfs in a tank, let alone a QT. It would have to be a large tank to house them.
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I have 150 gal FOWLR tank. Is this large enough for two dwarf Angels?


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Depends on which ones, but long as there is enough rock to hide and such in it should be ok.
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It depends on which ones and also the personality of the fish you get, which is totally random. Two in a QT would be begging for trouble, IMO.


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