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  1. Default I think I'm done now

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    adding fish. I got a Banggai cardinal for the reef, he'd been at the LFS since 6/17, and a Bi-color angel for the 75g.

    The cardinal eats like he's never been fed, but the angel is too busy finding all the caves to notice that I am the "food god" . Hopefully tonight he will be hungry and eat........
    fish happens

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    I'd keep an eye on that Bi-colour angel. They have terrible survival rates in captivity, especially for a Centropyge.

    Most come from the Indo-Pacific and are collected with various drugs, including cyanide. I think Vanuatu and Australia are the only countries which export these fish and do not use drugs.

    If it is eating, that is a good start. Just be prepared to put a lot of effort into it to keep it's health up. 4-5 feedings a day for the first few weeks is what I would do

  3. #3


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    Bi colors are beautiful fish but are very difficult to keep prolonged in an aquarium.
    Unleashed hit it on the head. keep an eye on him.
    -Dr. James

  4. #4


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    I do know of one here in NZ which has been kept for about 7 years. It's massive.

    Let me try and find a pic of it

  5. #5


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    Here he is:

    He is about the size of my hand

  6. Default

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    Wow thats awesome......
    fish happens

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