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l. multifasciatus or l. similis

Postby Cajen » Thu May 17, 2012 8:12 am

I thought that I was set on the type of shellie I wanted for my tang tank. I wanted a fish that would colonize and raise their young that have good personality. I had settled on the Multi's, but am now hearing that Simili's are very similar in both regards... Any input would be much appreciated. Their tank mates will be Altolamp Black Calvus juvie's
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Re: l. multifasciatus or l. similis

Postby Darkside » Thu May 17, 2012 8:37 am

Similis are not as colonial as multies. They're a much nastier little fish. If you want to watch a colony grow and thrive mulites are you best bet. Personally I liked them better than my similis as well.
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Re: l. multifasciatus or l. similis

Postby Fogelhund » Thu May 17, 2012 1:18 pm

Darkside wrote:Similis are not as colonial as multies. They're a much nastier little fish. If you want to watch a colony grow and thrive mulites are you best bet. Personally I liked them better than my similis as well.


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Re: l. multifasciatus or l. similis

Postby Cajen » Thu May 17, 2012 8:35 pm

Thanks guys!!
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