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Old 08-23-2004, 10:55 AM   #1
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2 tangs in a 75g?

Got a yellow in there now. I know to add anything like him, I'd have to remove him, rearrange rock, and put him in after any new addition. Got about 80-90lbs of rock.

All the other fish are small - gobies (neon and watchman), 2 percs, 2 b/g chromis, a six line wrasse, and a firefish. Got a foxface rabbitfish, but he's going back to the LFS or another tank if I find a good home.

I'd really like to get a bristletooth of some type. Or maybe a Red Sea Sailfin. Any thoughts?
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I've got a yellow and blue tang together in my 90, and they are the best of friends. The yellow (more aggressive one) was in their first, so when I bought the blue I made sure she was a little bigger than him. There is enough space and rocks so that they can hide from each other if need be, and the blue does hide often, but I've never seen the yellow picking on her.
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I would go with a kole tang ( if you insist on a tang) they don't get to large, and your tank is only a 75 gal.
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sailfin require alot more swimming room then a 75 has....... Kole tangs are cool.
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...and the Kole is a bristletooth too.

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I totaly agree with Six-Line.
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