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Old 07-20-2015, 09:45 PM   #1
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Teardrop Butterflyfish with snails?

I was wondering if I put a juvenile teardrop in my tank with trochus snails and featherdusters, would the fish try to eat them? I've read that they are the least reef safe butterflyfish out there, but I haven't read any specifics with keeping them with snails.

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It'll eat the inverts in the tank, so snails are most likely on the menu...
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