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    Yeah Sw costs a lot of money!





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    Neat tank indeed! SW is more expensive to get going, generally, but i think it's equally rewarding. You can cut some costs by DIY - tank canopy/stands, skimmers, sumps and such. lots of good ideas in the DIY section!



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    Well after waiting for what seems like forever I finally got my firts Centropyge Angel and I dove in head first!



    When I got the sneak peak email from Diver's Den yesterday I knew this was going to be the one. I bought her within seconds of being posted with some gift certificates I got from the family. Hoping that getting her from DD will give me a good head start on keeping her healthy. I'm thinking I may just leave it at the B/W clown and the Potters for this tank. The only bad thing about the whole deal is that I have to wait until Tuesday to receive her due to the holiday weekend! Wish me luck



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    Good luck. Also wanted to bring this back from the dead. Can we have an update soon?
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    My favorite dwarf angel. That tank is actually pushing it in terms of being adequate in size. That footprint is probably the minimum I recommend for this species, as it is one of the larger ones.



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    Really? I could have swore most Coral Beauty's I see are larger than the Potters and a Flame is about the same size from my experience. Also, Bi-Colors get pretty large as well don't they? Where did you learn Potters are one of the largest Dwarf Angels Amphiprion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace25 View Post
    Really? I could have swore most Coral Beauty's I see are larger than the Potters and a Flame is about the same size from my experience. Also, Bi-Colors get pretty large as well don't they? Where did you learn Potters are one of the largest Dwarf Angels Amphiprion?

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    You're right. That link's length is too small for this species, though. They are regularly over 3" and closer to 4"--at least the ones we used to get in. Of course, marinecenter's links actually generalize the sizes they receive and ship, not necessarily how big they get, IME, which can be confusing. In any case, I apparently was thinking about lemonpeel angel length, which mixed in my mind.



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    And because I agree, they are my favorite dwarf angel as well, I have to post a couple pics of mine for you. Hope you don't mind.






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    Ah, I now remember where I found it. It was in Scott Michael's Marine Fishes handbook. That's weird, especially considering I've never seen one of these fish even close to 5", so I'm not sure why I even bothered remembering it, let alone typing it. One of the points I have to disagree with Scott about.



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    Here on the west coast most of the Potters that come in are babies, 2 - 2-1/2". It is actually rare to find one much bigger than 3" at the LFS, but they do grow bigger. I just measured mine and it is right about 3-1/2" from mouth to tip of tail, measuring the best I can with a tape measure as it eats seaweed next to the glass.



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