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dwarf angels and large angels.


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    Default dwarf angels and large angels.

    Well my 90g is cycling and Ive decided on my two main fish are going to be a Bellus angel and a swallowtail angel. I know your not suppose to mix other dwarf angels together as they tend to fight but can you mix a dwarf with the large angels?

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    I guess I've been lucky since I've got a pygmy and flame angel in a reef tank together, and they seem to get along plus no messing with the coral as of today anyway. Knockin' wood, they've both been good so far.

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    Yes in a large enough tank you can keep large angels with pygmys you can also mix large angels with other large angels if they are shaped different and colored different. In a large enough tank. Trop keeps emperors with queens (juveniles)in 50 gallons.

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