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Old 11-03-2012, 12:48 PM   #1
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i bought 2 Threadfin Butterflies last week and a Pearlscale Butterfly, they get along perfectly. Also a Blue Tang, and ive seen not one bit of aggression towards eachother or the clowns in the tank. the Butterflies are about 3-4" and the Tang is about 5". Yesterday i added a Yellow Eye Kole Tang, and he's fitting right in. Also bought a 5" Bicolor angel, but the verdict is out. Its probably the prettiest fish ive ever seen, but....it's been showing a little aggression towards the Kole Tang. im hoping that clears up today, just thought i'd post my results incase anyone else is looking toward mixing some fish up some or getting something new. Funny thing too is the green chromies like to clean the Pearlscale. He sits out in the open and flares his fins up waiting to be pecked.
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:37 PM   #2
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Pics pics pics!! Lol. I'd love to see all of these! What size tank?
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Old 11-03-2012, 06:41 PM   #3
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Here's pics of everyone. Pearlscsle butterfly, threadfin butterfly, yellow eye kole tang, bicolor Angelfish, blue tang. Couldn't get the chromis to cooperate for a cleaning pic.

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Wow, that sounds like a whole lot of fish really quick. Hopefully you've got a well established tank. All very nice choices though.
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We're at about 2 months now. Went thru some Fiji damsels and dominos that went back to the store for pennies on the dollar. We still have more to catch but the last few are bring very tricky! One domino remains along with some yellowtails which wont let me come near them and are too smart for the trap. Atleast we caught all the Fiji's!
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