Bicolour angel and Velvet damsel for sale

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  1. Mekaeel

    Mekaeel Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Hey guys
    Im selling my Bi Colour angel +- 6cm R300.00 (nipping on LPS,perfect for FOWLR)
    and my Velvet damsel +-6cm R100.00
    Had these fish for over a year and a half,both feeding well.

    For collection only.
     
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    Mekaeel Thread Starter Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Here's an old pic of the velvet damsel
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    Sorry guys,cant seem to get a pic of the Bicolour angel.He is in my sump (no lighting present)
     
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    why u selling the velvet?
     
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    Trying to reduce the number of fish in my tank and doing away with the fishies i dont longer fancy.
     
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    Mekaeel please try post a pic of the Bicolor, i might be interested.
     
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    Will do my best Storm.He is in my sump which is a bit hard to get to,and there's no light there.But let me try tonight.
     
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    hi mekaeel....interested in the damsel but am pretty sure 6cm is too big for my 180l tank...any other non favourites u wanting to get rid of that are friendly but small ?
     
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    mekaeel, you still have that bi-colour?
     
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    Mek, do i have to come all the way to drbs to teach you to take photos! ?????

    if your cam has a "flash off" setting, normally the very last option on digital slr's, select that and then keep the camera very still as it will be a large appiture and slow shutter speed, but should give u results
    :)
     
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    Hey Shiks,damsels are terretorial,once he has settled in your tank,he will find his one part of the tank,and just stick there.
     
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    Hey Furbz,yip still got him
     
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    Crispin,the only possible shot i can get of the bicolour is a top down as my RO reservoir blocks of the front of the sump.
     
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    ah i just saw your in durbs...
     
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    mek i am prob have to break my reef down in december so i am seriously thinking of going fish only, and i dont really care about sps or lps anyway.....

    can u give me some time to think about it? perhaps i can take teh fella off ya:)
     
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    Hey Crispin,can't promise you that the fish will be still around then,I need to reduce my bio load in my SPS tank ASAP :)
     
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