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.
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:
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".
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