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And have had a Domino Damsel in it for a week now here is a photo from a few days ago
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(This post is from the fishes point of view)
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An odd clear tube came out of the sky and went to investigate... I tried to eat it bit it tasted terrible! Then it took some of the water and put it onto something humans call a refracto-meter thing I don't know the glass muffles sound. And then things went back to normal.
 
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Are you doing a fish-in cycle or did you add ammonia before adding the fish ?

Damsels are very aggressive fish and for that reason, they are harder to keep in small tanks. Also, adding aggressive fish last is best, as they will be less territorial. Domino damsels are said to be among the most aggressive damsels.
 
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I cycled with live rock live sand and MicroBacterStartXLM and I waited a week before adding fish. Damsels are aggressive and territorial but, not as bad as you think. It can actually really depend on their personality. And aggressive fish should be added last but, Damsels aren't that bad. I also plan on keeping a semi-aggressive tank. Cherub Angelfish maybe a clownfish. Clownfish can (occasionally) be little rascals.
 
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Are you doing a fish-in cycle or did you add ammonia before adding the fish ?

Damsels are very aggressive fish and for that reason, they are harder to keep in small tanks. Also, adding aggressive fish last is best, as they will be less territorial. Domino damsels are said to be among the most aggressive damsels.
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Are you doing a fish-in cycle or did you add ammonia before adding the fish ?

Damsels are very aggressive fish and for that reason, they are harder to keep in small tanks. Also, adding aggressive fish last is best, as they will be less territorial. Domino damsels are said to be among the most aggressive damsels.
Btdt, those domino damsels are terrors. Had a pair of dominos go toe to toe with a pair tomato clowns (and nearly win).
 

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Are you doing a fish-in cycle or did you add ammonia before adding the fish ?

Damsels are very aggressive fish and for that reason, they are harder to keep in small tanks. Also, adding aggressive fish last is best, as they will be less territorial. Domino damsels are said to be among the most aggressive damsels.

What he said...and I'll add that they can live on carpet for 3 hours. :beaming-face-with-smiling-eyes:
 
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Good luck - you may want to remove the damsel for obvious reasons.
Angel may be a bit of a squeeze, not the worst option but may become a problem later on.
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