15% OFF Bandit Angel, Male Crosshatch Trigger, Flame Wrasse

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Just listed some awesome new fish! We posted some customer favorites from a recent Hawaii shipment including a large Crosshatch Trigger, small Bandit Angel, Flame Wrasses, Achilles Tangs, and Goldflake Angels.


15% off all website orders continues through the end of July! Discount is now automatically applied during checkout. Here are a few examples of some of the great deals we're offering...

Small Bandit Angelfish - $980 after discount (free shipping)
Male Crosshatch Triggerfish - $850 after discount (free shipping)
Male Flame Wrasse - $255 after discount



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Male Flame Wrasse are sold out, but if you'd like to be added to the short list of people waiting, please let us know!
 

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anyway to know uf the flame angel is reef safe?
 
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anyway to know uf the flame angel is reef safe?
Not until you put them in a reef tank. All individuals are different. They're unpredictable and curious, so specimens that have a perfect track record with coral may eventually decide to start nipping at it. Some individuals may even completely destroy a specific coral. On the contrary, I've kept flame angels in reef tanks for years with little to no issues. They occasionally nipped a coral, but never did any visible damage.
It could go either way, there's no way to know until you try it.
 

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