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Generally, dwarf angels are reef safe with caution. However, given this is my neighbor, I can say that there were a variety of coral colonies in this tank, including Euphyllia, and I never saw it paying any attention to corals.

It may be 50-50, but I’d guess that an established dwarf angel would bully any new ones introduced.

Edit: there “were” corals because Luis is tearing down this tank in preparation for moving in a few months.
 

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Centropyge angels generally don’t play nice together, too territorial. Like larger angels,

You will have the best chance if they are younger, there are several of them to distribute the aggression and you introduce them all at the same time.
 

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Bump, I really need to find a good home this fish, I’m downsizing and won’t have a tank big enough for him. He is healthy and active. I haven’t seen him picking on corals.
I’m open for trades.
I will hate to take him to the LFS.
 

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I really would get him but I'm afraid of how he will get along with my flame angel who is already kind of a bully.
 

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He is between 3 and 3 1/2, he was with a rock beauty and the rock beauty was the dominant but was cool about it.
 
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