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Old 01/09/2008, 10:51 PM
llama72 llama72 is offline
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Potters Angelfish

Is this fish reef safe? What is everyone's opinion?
Old 01/09/2008, 11:21 PM
Snowboarda42 Snowboarda42 is offline
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As with almost all angels, its totally hit-or-miss.

Pygmy angels are a little less likely IMO (knock on wood)
40B Mixed Reef 100% Captive Grown Corals

See, that's the trouble with the world today. Not enough danger to kill off stupid people before they get old enough to breed. Bring back lawn darts! -PrivateJoker64
Old 01/09/2008, 11:32 PM
teog teog is offline
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Potters dont do well starting out in captivity. Many dont start eating for most owners. if you get one eating they are just as hardy as other small angels.

Just like other small angels its hit or miss on corals. I have one for a while now that has not nipped at any acro or clam. He is very healthy and eats anything I place in the tank. I got lucky with mine.

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