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Dwarf Angels

DYIguy

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I have a 75g with softies, no sps and added a pygmy a few weeks ago. I've read that you can't have more than one dwarf angel in a tank - I was hoping to add a coral beauty- is it possible
 

bigyankfan

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I had a venustus and a flame coexist. If they have enough rock work to feel secure, they'll be OK.
 

mnat

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Depending on what type and the individual fish, you should be good to go.
 
While the Coral Beauty Angelfish is one of the easiest to care for, it needs a 70-gallon or larger tank with plenty of hiding places and lives rock to graze. That's why I still think it's a good idea to keep only one with the same tank size as yours. Unless your reef tank is at least 110 gallons in capacity, the best you can hope for with dwarf angels in the plural is controversial chaos.
 

DYIguy

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While the Coral Beauty Angelfish is one of the easiest to care for, it needs a 70-gallon or larger tank with plenty of hiding places and lives rock to graze. That's why I still think it's a good idea to keep only one with the same tank size as yours. Unless your reef tank is at least 110 gallons in capacity, the best you can hope for with dwarf angels in the plural is controversial chaos.
Guess I'll know sooner or later- just got one
 
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