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Cherub are nice they fit fine in a 24g and are very reef safe one of the only dawf angles i'll keep in somthing under a 35g

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I have a pygmy angel in my 15L and he has been doing great for about 2 years now. I notice he picks at algae on the wall and sometimes on the rocks but I have not seen him nip at corals, everything in the tank is doing fine. He is one of the best fish I have had, very active swiming around and through the rock work not just sitting around or swiming in open water. Great fish!

 

C. Jerome

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it will be in a 55. I was looking at a flameback or a cherub.

 

Centropyge Interrupta are expensive they go for over $1000

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LOL I can see FF now "Daddy, can I have $1000 for a pretty fish" Dad "Sure Son." LOL

O a 55g That enogh psace for ALL dwaf angles mabye 2 if you have good rockwork as they are VERY terriotorial.

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What is the story behind FF and his dad and them being rich?

 

Also I wasn't worried about not having enough space, I just don't want an angel that will nip sps or clam mantles.

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What is the story behind FF and his dad and them being rich?

 

Also I wasn't worried about not having enough space, I just don't want an angel that will nip sps or clam mantles.

It's never 100% with any angel. If you want to risk it, get the youngest angel you can - if it has not had a taste of clam in the wild, perhaps it won't associate your clams with food. But either way, it's a risk.

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LOL I can see FF now "Daddy, can I have $1000 for a pretty fish" Dad "Sure Son." LOL

O a 55g That enogh psace for ALL dwaf angles mabye 2 if you have good rockwork as they are VERY terriotorial.

Shut up Reffer.. i thought we were over this??? still goin to drag it on huh??

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