ORA lemon damsels

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So I am looking to purchase a couple damsels 1 for each of my tanks to eat flatworms. I can’t find sapphire damsels anyone so do lemon damsels eat flatworms? Also are they completely reef safe?
 
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lemons are in the pomacentrus group which are known to be a bit more chippy than the chrysiptera genus

you can't find springers? i see them all of the time

idk if all damsels eat flatworms, seems people only say springers do. wrasses probably do a better job, i rarely see my springers picking at the rocks, wrasses don't let a minute go by without picking something in the rocks
 

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https://www.bluezooaquatics.com/productDetail.asp?did=1&pid=2021&cid=15

i was surprised LA/fishybusiness didn't have them in, i'd bet they get them in quickly if you'd rather wait for those sites.

i just meant at lfs, seems like every store has them that i go to. i'm personally on the lookout for rollands and maybe talbots, but those seem a little more rare. yellowtail/azure/springers seem super common

also if you're into captive bred stuff i believe ORA breeds the springers, but they don't seem to appear online. if you have a store that orders from ORA they might be able to get you some
 
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https://www.bluezooaquatics.com/productDetail.asp?did=1&pid=2021&cid=15

i was surprised LA/fishybusiness didn't have them in, i'd bet they get them in quickly if you'd rather wait for those sites.

i just meant at lfs, seems like every store has them that i go to. i'm personally on the lookout for rollands and maybe talbots, but those seem a little more rare. yellowtail/azure/springers seem super common

also if you're into captive bred stuff i believe ORA breeds the springers, but they don't seem to appear online. if you have a store that orders from ORA they might be able to get you some
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From there I’ve never heard of this place. I hope it’s good
 
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