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dhritiman 03-23-2007 01:04 AM

2 Yellow-Tail Blue Damsel
I have a 110 litre fish only tank.Presently there is nothing except 2 Hermit-Crabs.I am thinking that I will keep 2 Yellow-tail Blue Damsels.Can I keep them in a single tank,if I introduce them at the same time??They are very aggressive.

Lupin 03-23-2007 01:28 AM

I would suggest only one.:) I regret owning two in a 75 gallons before.:shake:

Melissa 03-23-2007 06:29 AM

i wouldnt keep the together, they will fight. also, do you plan on keeping any other fish....they will also pick on any other fish you add in the future.

Mrmofo 03-24-2007 12:17 AM

i have 2 and they seemed to work fine in my 30G tank.they dont fight or even harras any other fish i have.maybe i got lucky and got pacifist damsels

dhritiman 03-24-2007 01:01 AM

Can I keep 2 Yellow-Tail Blue Chromis in the same rank??

Lupin 03-26-2007 02:48 AM


Originally Posted by dhritiman
Can I keep 2 Yellow-Tail Blue Chromis in the same rank??

I have not heard of such species.:squint: I'm confused. First, you mentioned Yellow-Tail Blue Damsel which actually does exist but the latter is not to my knowledge.:roll:

Chromis are a lot better than damsels in terms of aggression level despite the fact that chromis are part of the family of damsels so you might be fine with a 75 gallons provided enough territories are planned out.:)

It's a long time since I've kept marine fish although I still remember some of them.:lol: But I prefer not to shell out much advice in this other side of the world as it is no longer under my experiences.:lol:

Melissa 03-26-2007 06:11 AM

i have not heard of a yellow tail blue chromis, can you provide a pic so i can better inderstand what fish you are talking about.

musho3210 03-26-2007 03:54 PM

you mean the blue-green chromis?

dhritiman 03-29-2007 05:44 AM

See I have not heard of Yellow-tailed blue chromis either.But the shopkeeper said they were.They were Blue in colour with yellow tail.But unlike Yellow tailed blue damsel,which are circular,they are elongated.The size is about 2".

Melissa 03-29-2007 06:03 AM

ok, well i have done a little research and this is all i could find. Its a yellow and blue chromis. And if this isnt the fish, the the owner is selling that fish wrong.

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