Coral Beauty Angelfish

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Hello!
In my little book "the Interpet Q an A manual of the marine aquarium" it says that dwarf angelfish should be kept in a minimum of 25 gallons. They also need high quality filtered water whcih means a protein skimmer and activated carbon.

Have you just started a marine tank then?
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well I just did some research and I don't think 10 gallon tanks work for saltwater no matter what.
 

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Yeah I would not recommend going saltwater unless you have a minumum of 40 gallons. The bigger the better..
smaller marine tank parameters also fluctuate too greatly for fish to cope with. You could build a nano reef (check out some images in google) but i wouldn't recommend them without some previous experience.
They're beautiful tho!
 
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I wouldn't say that a 10 gallon saltwater tank wouldn't work "no matter what". After all, there are many advanced hobbyists keeping nano-reef tanks that are about this size.
 
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