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Old 10-13-2014, 12:29 AM   #1
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Bi color angelfish in nano reef

Just bought a bi color angel in my 45 jbj rl nano reef

Hope corals will be ok


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Just bought a bi color angel in my 45 jbj rl nano reef

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Sounds like an impulse buy. Those generally turn out bad. A bi color is a nice fish that is reef compatible with caution. In at least a 70g or larger. Hopefully it won't get too stressed in a 45g and destroy everything you have in there. Could turn out very expensive pretty quickly.


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....good luck..?


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He seems ok so far
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Here's a little info you're probably not aware of.

http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/p...433&pcatid=433




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Nothing destroyed so far
He just picks off the live rock Click image for larger version

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