Flavissimus centropyge mimic tang from the ocean, to the aquarium.

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Flavissimus centropyge mimic tang from the ocean, to the aquarium.

Post  liquidg on 11th May 2015, 3:40 pm

This mimic tang, which is part of the pyroferus group of mimicís that cover several dwarf angelfish, is in this case mimicking the flavissimus.
The pyroferus adult end result also mimics the heraldi and eibli, so with this one, from the ocean to an aquarium took just 4 hours to live with what it mimics!
4 hours is a very desirable time frame from ocean to aquarium being it is well short of the detrimental affects of the 48 hour syndrome that many reefers fish suffer from.
The first pic is it in the wild swimming with a damsel centropyge, then in the hand once collected, then from a simple cup I have used for my hobby for over 30 years for the tank release with no acclimatising, it is not needed in this case, then my old deformed lemon peel that this specific pyroferus mimics, has a go at it, then they act as good mates!

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Post  Colonop on 26th June 2015, 2:29 pm

Never a dull moment on this forum, would not have thought these are in our waters Very Happy

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