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Word of advice - only get one!Paracentropyge boylei, the Peppermint Angelfish.
Thanks ETFMy tank is 171 gallons with the DT being 131. They pretty much leave each other alone.
i actually had the coral beauty in first for about 1-1/2 years. I added a bit of rock and the Flame Angel with a yellow tang & (2) bimaculatus anthias.
I think because of adding 4 fish in at that time it kept him from picking on the Flame Angel. They have both been together now for about 1-1/2 years.
That’s a beautiful CBA, I haven’t seen one with the orange all the way down to the tail in a while. Isn’t it a rarer colouration or something?I have been lucky maybe when I see all the posts about dwarf angels eating polyps because I have had my 2 angels 5 years before I lost my flame to an ich outbreak after overhaul of the sump about 6 months ago, now I just have my coral beauty
And he/she has never nipped anything apart from trying to chase my yellow wrasse has been a model citizen too although I have a bit bigger tank than you and coral beauty is loving the independence now Mr flame has gone
I'm not sure but she/he is 5 and a half years old now since I have been keeping before in the lfs I don't know so maybe it's an age thing I like the electric blue tips on the fins but hard to get a nice picture and she/he is a bit of a pig sometimes swimming around with a tailThat’s a beautiful CBA, I haven’t seen one with the orange all the way down to the tail in a while. Isn’t it a rarer colouration or something?
I highly recommend you look for Digiman tank, that's a real collection of rare fish, if I remember correctly he lives in Japan.What’s the hobby like in Japan? I see some Japanese guys with amazing collections of rare deepwater fish!
Stuff never or seldom seen in the West or even the rest of Asia. My impression is that Japanese reefers on average are far less into Tangs than we are, but have amazing collections of Angels, Butterflies, Basslets, Wrasses, Anthias, and sometimes other stuff like Gobies and rare Damsels.